This fall, California voters will vote on Proposition 10, a measure that would open the door to radical rent control and make California’s current housing crisis even worse. California newspapers statewide agree with the California Chamber of Commerce and are urging all Californians to vote No on Proposition 10.

Specifically, Proposition 10 proposes to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act of 1995, a bipartisan bill that placed limits on locally enacted rent control laws. Proposition 10 opens the door to radical rent control, and would further distort California’s already broken housing market.