April 22, 2021


The bill would also establish a relief fund for landlords who aren’t getting rental income. To be eligible for the fund landlords must agree to a five-year rent freeze and not bar tenants with criminal convictions.

What Pressley doesn’t mention in the lengthy press release is that she and her husband are landlords — or used to be.

They have two units on Blake Street where they live. They bought the condo for $615,000 two years ago, and rented out one of the units for $2,500 a month, according to the Washington Free Beacon. According to her financial disclosure form, she received $15,000 in rental income in 2019. As a member of the House, Pressley earns a healthy $174,000 a year.

It’s unclear whether Pressley is still renting out the unit and collected income during the pandemic because she won’t respond to questions.

The Herald has repeatedly tried to get a response from her spokesman but has been unsuccessful.

So it’s hard to tell whether Pressley is being hypocritical or just arrogant.

Embrace the healing power of “and.”

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