More CT cities are slowly adopting fair rent commissions after the new law

Implementation of a 2022 state law requiring 27 additional Connecticut cities to create fair rent commissions is in varying stages across the state, leaving some renters with unequal access to a means to protest rent increases.

The 2022 legislation requires towns with a population of 25,000 or more to adopt ordinances creating fair rent commissions by July 1, 2023. A group of townships missed the deadline, some passed the ordinance but the commissions have not yet met, and others have commissions that meet regularly.

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