R.I. lawmakers and advocates working to address soaring housing costs 

A PUSH TO develop affordable housing on publicly owned land and a requirement that renters receive a four-month notice of planned rent hikes are just two of the ideas being pitched to Rhode Island lawmakers to help address rising housing costs in the state. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN

BOSTON (AP) – A push to develop affordable housing on publicly owned land and a requirement that renters receive a four-month notice of planned rent hikes are just two of the ideas being pitched to Rhode Island lawmakers to help address rising housing costs in the state.  Other proposals, including policies aimed at discouraging investment

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