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Before climbing into bed on June 11, Robert Nelson found himself bracing for a”horror show.” The leaders of the state Senate and Assembly had only declared that they’d reached an agreement to radically tilt rent regulations in favor of renters, controlling how landlords in the city could increase rents about 1 million stabilized apartments. “My heart dropped. I was in disbelief,” Nelson said. “This was a very poor night’s sleep. I do not believe [hellip, &;]