Tenants' rights activists respond to the apartment building fire in the Bronx
Tenants' rights groups are speaking out after a fire killed 17 people in an apartment building in the Bronx. The fire started from a space heater, and a malfunction with safety doors caused smoke to travel throughout the building. It was the city's deadliest fire in more than three decades. Local activists say unless heating and maintenance issues are addressed in local buildings, they are concerned about similar tragedies.
This hour, we discuss the changes they'd like to see. Our guests: