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(Portland, OR)  --  City Council members are giving approval to a comprehensive set of reforms aimed at improving access to rental housing.  Council members voted three-to-one yesterday to pass the Fair Access in Renting ordinance.  The ordinance is meant to reduce housing discrimination by changing the criteria used to screen potential tenants.  The ordinance also lowers the salary requirements for prospective renters while reducing renting barriers for people with low credit scores and felony convictions.

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