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New-build housing
Megaphone Protestor

Tacoma faces
an unprecedented
housing crisis.

Landlords hiked rents by 43% in Pierce County over the last five years and are evicting our neighbors at the highest rate in the state. 52% of Tacoma tenants are officially “rent burdened,” paying over a third of their income to landlords. Yet tenant protections in Tacoma lag far behind cities across Washington. Tacoma needs a Tenant Bill of Rights. That’s why we’re asking voters to pass Initiative 2023-01, the Landlord Fairness Code, on November 7th.

Tacoma Needs the Landlord Fairness Code 

 Require six months notice for all rent increases

No school year evictions of children and educators

Cap excessive

and unfair fees

and deposits


assistance for rent hikes over 5%

Ban deadly cold weather evictions

November - March

Ban rent hikes

when code

violations exist

Tacoma for All is Organizing a

Movement to Win


Winning a Tenant Bill of Rights in Tacoma means building a powerful grassroots movement ready to take on the big landlords, developers, and real estate financiers whose profits have soared at the expense of working people. That’s why Tacoma for All is organizing a broad labor-community coalition capable of uniting thousands of Tacomans into action to pass Initiative 2023-01 on November 7th! You can help by signing up to volunteer or donating to Tacoma for All today!

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