California Voters Reject Rent Control Expansion Measure
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Californians soundly rejected a ballot measure Tuesday that would have allowed more rent control as a way to alleviate the state's housing crisis. Proposition 10 was losing by a 30-point margin with more than 3.6 million votes counted. It was one of the most costly and contentious items on the ballot, attracting more than $100 million in campaign contributions.
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