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Given that much of the population in Davis tends to be young and inexperienced renters, would SB-603 possibly be of local interest for the home page? It's not as direct a state issue as, say, UC system funding changes, but I could see a large number of students (and others!) being interested in supporting the bill.
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2013-05-24 09:30:57 Did you mean a featured page? In any case, some mention of it on the wiki seems warranted — it is relevant to Davis in a similar way to statewide GMO labeling being relevant to Davis —CovertProfessor
I was thinking Davis Issues: that's why I drew a parallel between the UC funding (which is there as well). I'm not sure it should be there (or I would have added it, as I'm not shy about editing), but I do think it should be noted somehow so that people see it. Davis has a large — well, the proper term is probably transient, sans the connotation of homeless — population due to the student body and lack of dorms. -jw
Thanks for the clarification. I think we could make a page on that and link to it from the main page via the "Davis Issues" list. It should be possible to give the page a Davis focus. I have long been struck by the number of landlord complaints and deposit issues — too many to dismiss. —CovertProfessor
2013-08-13 22:45:07 This Bill should be made a law. The land barrons here in Davis operate as organized crime members who actually think that Davis is its own little country with it's own rules. Forget about them acknowledging tenants rights. Get informed know the law and protect yourself. —BatgirlDivinity