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The HomeWork: June 18, 2020

Welcome to the June 18, 2020 Main Edition of The HomeWork, the official newsletter of California YIMBY — legislative updates, news… Read More

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No, Cars Did Not Save California from the Worst of Coronavirus

Read the full article … “If you sheltered in place before you contracted the virus, you’re probably okay–and it doesn’t matter… Read More

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In New York City, Density Saves Lives, Too

Read the full article … “What is factually incontrovertible is that record density — and reasonably good, if always imperfect, management… Read More

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Scholar and Historian Richard Rothstein to Discuss Housing History with California YIMBY

NAACP Distinguished Fellow, Author, former New York Times Columnist to Lead Webinar on Roots of Discriminatory Housing Policies CLICK… Read More

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Don’t blame dense cities for the spread of coronavirus

Read the full article … “However, arguments like Kersten’s rely on a logical fallacy: blaming dense apartment buildings, which are inanimate… Read More

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America is terrible at building things. Let’s fix that, starting with transportation

Read the full article … “Andreessen rightly notes: ‘The problem is inertia. We need to want these things more than we… Read More

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Coronavirus: Here’s how putting California’s homeless in hotels actually works

Read the full article here … “In an unprecedented effort spurred by the pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom and local governments across… Read More

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Editorial: NIMBYs stop a hotel from housing sick homeless people in Orange County

Read the full article here … “When the sprawling Laguna Woods Village retirement community in south Orange County got word that… Read More

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California YIMBY Statement Upon the Anniversary of Signing of the Fair Housing Act

Enacted on April 11, 1968, Title VIII and Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, commonly known as the Fair Housing… Read More

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Oakland to restrict cars on 74 miles of streets for cyclists and pedestrians

Read the full article here … “Oakland will slow down a whopping 74 miles of streets to vehicular traffic starting this… Read More

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Talking Headways Podcast: The Vital Link Between Health and Transportation

Read the full article here … “This week we’re joined by Gail Nehls and Leslie Patterson of Envida, a transportation and… Read More

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