By Andrew Staub | PA Independent
Adam Peters lost thousands of dollars when the city of Wilkes-Barre shuttered one of his rental properties for six months using a controversial one-strike ordinance.
The same law cost Elizabeth Mattern and her 4-year-old daughter even more — their home.
Now, Peters and Mattern are part of a small group of landlords and […]
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