The landlord denies this. But tenants rights’ groups say more and more property owners are turning down these subtenant applications in an effort to increase rents.
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New data released last week stokes debate about racial profiling in Berkeley, but chief won’t address whether officer bias is a problem.
Bike advocates say that the system, which debuted this week with 120 planned stops in the East Bay, excludes low-income communities.
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