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Rent stabilization policies, sometimes referred to as “rent control,” regulate how often, and by how much, landlords may increase the rent of given units. The practice was first adopted following World War I; since then, more than 180 jurisdictions throughout the nation have adopted rent stabilization policies of some kind (although 31 states have laws that prevent localities from doing so).

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