Tenant coalition sets agenda: tax the rich and house
the poor
The group also seeks new taxes on luxury condos and pieds-à-terre, “ultra-millionaires” and real estate transfers. (Credit: iStock)
The group also seeks new taxes on luxury condos and pieds-à-terre, “ultra-millionaires” and real estate transfers. (Credit: iStock)

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