Even in Idaho’s wealthiest places, Black and Latinx families, immigrants and refugees, women and their children escaping abuse, and working Idahoans struggle to find affordable housing and live precariously in the face of Idaho’s harsh landlord-tenant laws. Housing is a human right. Without a stable home, families and lives fall apart.

The ACLU of Idaho stands with the more than half a million Idaho renters and nearly 10,000 Idahoans who experience homelessness each year to strengthen protections against housing insecurity, stop eviction, and end the criminalization of poverty.