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One legislator’s solution to California’s housing crisis

“…the reality is that California is strangling itself and has been for a long time. People get almost immune to hearing about the housing… Read More

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Could a Housing Bill Fight Segregation in San Francisco? — Unintended Consequences

SB 827 would allow people of all income levels to live near transit. It promotes racial justice by preempting low-density “snob” zoning in wealthy suburbs… Read More

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Editorial: California’s housing wars just starting

The Legislature’s long-delayed response to California’s housing crisis narrowly passed in September in a flurry of last-minute nail-biting and arm-twisting. Judging by the reception that… Read More

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My Transit Density Bill (SB 827): Answering Common Questions and Debunking Misinformation

This piece attempts to answer common questions about SB 827 and debunk misinformation. California is in a… Read More

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25 Solutions From A Builder’s Perspective To Fix The California Housing Crisis

The California housing crisis is damaging our very existence. Homelessness is higher than any point during my lifetime. High housing costs are a drag on… Read More

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California Bill Would Allow Unrestricted Housing by Transit, Solve State Housing Crisis

“It’s just about the most radical attack on California’s affordability crisis you could imagine. Almost everyone agrees California needs more… Read More

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California Needs a Housing-First Agenda: Senator Weiner’s 2018 Housing Package

“Too often, the areas around transit lines and stops are zoned at very low densities, even limiting housing to single family homes around… Read More

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Yes, Red Tape and Fees Do Raise the Price of Housing

Few public policy issues can match urban housing politics for its incendiary combination of passion and misconception. To wit: the confounding idea that relaxing regulations… Read More

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