On May 11th, Governor Pawlenty signed HF 2668, making the Tenant Bill of Rights the law in Minnesota. The measures in this year’s Tenant Bill of Rights will make Minnesota law more tenant-friendly and save tenants millions of dollars through revisions to policies on tenant screening fees, late fees, attorney fees, and security deposits.
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Thank you to the bill authors – Senators Dibble, Marty, Higgins, and Kelash and Representatives Mullery, Clark, Hayden, and Champion — for being tireless advocates for your constituents.
Thank you to Legal Aid for partnering with us to craft the legislation and skillfully usher it through negotiations and the legislative process.
Thanks to all the citizen activists who spoke up for their neighbors.
Thank you to the vast network of housing advocates and to everyone who volunteered their time, making this a truly grassroots campaign.
And, most importantly, thank you to all the tenants who shared their stories, talked to their neighbors, and contacted their legislators to let the community know how the Tenant Bill of Rights would improve their lives.