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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 YIMBY Applauds Governor Gavin Newsom’s New Transit Policy

Executive Order Boosts Funding for Transit Near Infill Housing Statement from California YIMBY President & CEO Brian Hanlon Sacramento, CA –… Read More

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A Commitment to “Yes”

…Looking Back on the 2019 Legislative Session Back in May, California YIMBY and housing activists across the… Read More

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LA Times: “California lawmakers move to reinstate, revamp local affordable housing program”

California lawmakers have approved a bid to renew a program that pumped hundreds of millions of dollars a year into affordable housing… Read More

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California YIMBY Applauds Passage of Historic ADU Legislation

New Law Allows Three Housing Units on Every Parcel in California Statement from California YIMBY President & CEO Brian… Read More

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Solving the Housing Crisis In Our Back Yards, a Q&A with Asm. Phil Ting

“Accessory Dwelling Units,” or ADUs, are a key piece of the puzzle to fixing the California housing crisis. ADUs, which… Read More

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California YIMBY’s statement on AB 1484

Today Brian Hanlon, President and CEO of California YIMBY, released the following statement on the Legislature’s inaction on fee reform through AB 1484… Read More

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Helpful links to tackle the housing crisis before the end of the legislative session on September 13th

Our state’s current housing policies have set up a lose-lose situation, where newcomers compete with long-term residents for sparse – and increasingly expensive – housing. Read More

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California YIMBY Joins the Schools and Communities First Campaign

Growing Coalition to Raise $11 Billion for Schools and Infrastructure Projects Statewide by Closing 1970s-era Corporate Tax Loophole Sacramento, CA –… Read More

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