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AirTalk® FOR June 19, 2018

With new CA ballot initiative, the rent control debate continues

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A new initiative found its way to the November ballot, adding fuel to the ongoing rent control debate in California. We also dive into the psychological impact of family separation in light of pending GOP immigration bills; discuss Trump's announcement to create a sixth branch of military; and more. See full episode >
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