NYLAG’s Sophie Cohen contributed to this New York Times article on the impacts of recent rent increases in New York City. “When a rent-stabilized apartment has annual rent increases of this magnitude, it is no longer about affordability and sustainability for tenants.”
The LGBTQ+ community has had to fight for generations for the rights they have now. To respond to ongoing discrimination and a scary string of setbacks across the country that threaten the very identities, safety, and health of LGBTQ+ people, we are all needed.
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NYLAG’s Anna Luft and Danielle Tarantolo spoke to THE CITY about NYLAG’s advocacy on behalf of tenants who feared eviction after receiving erroneous letters from NYCHA threatening to cut off their rent subsidies.
NYLAG’s Julie Howe spoke to New York Focus about how clients have been impacted by a New York Court of Appeals decision that reopened hundreds of foreclosure cases that homeowners thought they had won.
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