ICYMI: City of San Clemente Endorses Congressman Issa’s Sober Homes Reform Bill


WASHINGTON, D.C. – (RealEstateRama) — On Tuesday, the City Council for San Clemente unanimously voted to endorse legislation Congressman Darrell Issa introduced earlier this week — the Safe Recovery and Community Empowerment Act (H.R. 6070) — which would empower state and local government to oversee residential recovery facilities, which include sober living homes.

The bill fixes the Fair Housing Act in order to end the prohibition on state and local governments’ ability to manage the exponential growth of sober living homes or their ability to ensure the facilities are providing the safe environment that is necessary for those in recovery to overcome addiction, as well as for those living in the surrounding communities.

You can read more about the city’s endorsement in the OC Register here.


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