Now that landlords are required to reveal their buildings's bedbug history to tenants, they're planning to turn the tables and ask prospective tenants whether or not they've had bedbugs before. If they have, the landlord could legally reject the tenant. "It evens the playing field by making sure the landlord isn't conversely bringing bedbugs into the building" landlord attorney Jeff Turkel told the Post. Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal said the move could be "discriminatory," but c'mon, it's not like anyone is going to reveal that if they know they could get turned down.