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“I’ve had to move 4 times since we lost our home” — Meet Victoria from Los Angeles

In 2008, my mom was able to scrape enough money together to buy our home in Lincoln Heights so I could be… Read More

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The HomeWork: March 06, 2020

Welcome to the March 06, 2020 edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY. In each edition, we aim to support… Read More

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What the Fee? A Closer Look at Impacts

We’re doing a “throwback Thursday” installment of The Homework to highlight some timely research published last year by UC Berkeley’s Terner Center for… Read More

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The HomeWork: February 18, 2020

Welcome to the February 18, 2019 edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY. In each edition, we aim… Read More

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California Cities Have Room to Grow—Faster.

There are two policy questions at the heart of California’s housing crisis: how much new housing do the state’s affluent cities permit to… Read More

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The HomeWork: February 05, 2020

Welcome to the February 05, 2019 edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY. In each edition, we aim to support… Read More

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The YIMBY Movement Grows

On January 30, the battle for SB 50, the More HOMES Act, took a significant setback when the bill failed to pass the… Read More

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Statement of California YIMBY CEO Brian Hanlon on Senate Vote to Reject SB 50 – the More HOMES Act

Sacramento, CA – Today California YIMBY President and CEO Brian Hanlon offered the following statement in response to the state Senate’s 18 – 15… Read More

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Housing is Opportunity, Part 2: Homeownership

The other half of the Terner Center’s new research series investigates the connection between housing… Read More

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New Housing is a Friend, Not Foe, in Fighting Gentrification

Evan Mast and his colleagues at the W.E. Upjohn Institute have become rising stars in the growing field of housing economics research. In… Read More

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