• You’re invited to become part of the Rental Housing Coalition, which is a partnership of trade associations representing independent housing providers and industry leaders. To sign up as a coalition member, please click here.
  • Once You’ve Signed up for the Coalition, You Can Engage in our Grassroots Effort by: 
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  • 1.Participating in the 2021 Legislative Session Virtual Grassroots Briefing Room
  • As part of the Rental Housing Coalition, you will automatically be registered for the 2021 Legislative Session Grassroots Briefing Room. Government Affairs staff and lobbyists will be available to consult with you in the Virtual Briefing Room throughout the 2021 session. They can assist you with signing up for your remote committee testimony and help you prepare your speaking points prior to your appointment. Additionally, our 2021 Legislative Session Grassroots Briefing Room will host a weekly meet-up with Government Affairs staff every Monday at 10am. Briefing room special event hours will be posted here as they are scheduled through the end of April. Once registered, you will receive an email with room link and additional information that will help you support housing provider advocacy efforts and involvement throughout the legislative session.
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  • 2.Receiving the Rental Housing Coalition’s Emails
  • Watch your inbox for hearing announcements, upcoming events, and Calls to Action! Content from this coalition is developed and approved by our advocacy team. All Calls to Action and advocacy updates will include a way to submit written testimony, or a link that will grant you easy access to the sign-up process.
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  • 3.Visiting the Advocacy Center for additional Calls to Action
  • You can also read detailed summaries of 2021 legislative session bills as well as access advocacy guides and tutorials.
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  • The legislature is pushing us hard to provide data to them about our costs as a part of getting relief in the form of rental assistance dollars. We’re putting together an analysis based on survey responses to show that for every dollar in rent that comes in the vast majority of it goes back out to cover expenses related to operating the property. The lobbyists need to turn this back around to the legislature by Thursday this week.
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  • Here’s the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/D7BFGLH
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LLA has Partnered with the RHA