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UHAB, Tenant Union Align Over Affordable Rents
The New York Times

The letter came in the dead of winter, dated Jan. 29. In a written “notice of termination,” Toussaint Wortham’s landlord accused him of violating his lease by making some renovations in his kitchen, and telling him that he had two weeks to leave the rent-stabilized apartment he had lived in for more than 30 years.

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