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The HomeWork: May 28, 2020

Welcome to the May 28, 2020 Main Edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY — legislative updates, news… Read More

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The Bay Area’s Housing Deficit – Past and Future

Our friends at SPUR released a strong new manifesto in March, “What Will It Really Take to… Read More

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How the Housing Shortage Punishes Essential Workers

In the previous installment of The HomeWork, we reported that Los Angeles has the most… 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 YIMBY Statement on Senate Pro-Tem Housing Package

Sacramento, CA — California YIMBY today released the following statement from President/CEO Brian Hanlon: “The Senate housing production bill package is a step forward in… Read More

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The HomeWork: May 11, 2020

Welcome to the May 11, 2020 Main Edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY — legislative updates, news… Read More

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COVicted: A scorecard on nationwide eviction protections

Which states are doing the most to protect tenants from evictions during the COVID-19 crisis? As millions across the country lose jobs, income,… Read More

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California: Worse on Overcrowding than New York

It’s one thing to feel claustrophobic in a crowded theater, but when it comes to housing, the term “crowding” has a very specific meaning —… Read More

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Los Altos can’t escape state housing law. Today, CaRLA won in court.

CONTACT & DONATE TO THE CALIFORNIA RENTERS LEGAL ADVOCACY & EDUCATION FUND HERE Last year, we filed a lawsuit against the… Read More

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On housing, as with coronavirus and climate change, California must follow the evidence

California’s leaders are earning their place in history for strong leadership in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. By acting quickly on the scientific evidence,… Read More

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