PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Three Oregon lawmakers are looking to give renters a break by eliminating the special fees landlord charge for pets.
KOIN reports that House Bill 2683 would wipe out the monthly fees and with the exception of a deposit, it would prohibit landlords that allow pets in their units from charging tenants additional rent or fees simply based on possession of pets.
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