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Editorial: California’s constituency for a permanent housing shortage is winning

Read the full article … “In a pandemic-postponed effort to pick up the wreckage of the Legislature’s last attempt… Read More

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California YIMBY Statement on Passage of AB 3155 from Assembly Housing & Community Development Committee

Sacramento – California YIMBY issued the following statement from President and CEO Brian Hanlon on the passage of AB 3155 out of the… Read More

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California leased 15,000 hotel rooms to help homeless people. Half now sit empty

Read the full article … “Only about half of the 15,000 hotel and motel rooms that California has leased… Read More

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This Is How Hard It Is to Invest in Black Neighborhoods

Read the full article … ‘The story of one investor trying to revitalize a crumbling block in Birmingham, Alabama,… Read More

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Coronavirus reveals the need for a New Deal on housing in California

Read the full article … “These reforms will spark a boom in new housing production, boost the economy, and… Read More

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Coronavirus Exposes the Inextricable Connection Between Housing and Health

Read the full article … “During this pandemic — in many places — homelessness reforms that were long deemed… Read More

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US homelessness could increase 45 percent because of coronavirus unemployment, study says

Read the full article … “With the coronavirus-induced shock to the economy crippling businesses of all sizes and leaving… Read More

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How Will Americans Commute After Lockdowns End?

Read the full article … “Will car traffic surge as lockdowns end, or will millions of Americans decide to… Read More

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Asm Buffy Wicks “Yes in God’s Backyard” Bill to Assist States Housing Crisis Moves Forward

Read the full article … “The law would address underused parking lots and eliminate minimum parking requirements to pave… Read More

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November initiative that would bring billions to California schools and communities is an easy decision

Read the full article … “Even before the crisis, Oakland, like many cities across the state, struggled with limited revenue and… Read More

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