2023 Legislative Preview: Will New Faces and Budget Constraints Change Housing Focus in Sacramento?
Budget constraints and a notable number of new legislators complicate California’s ability to sustain the recent pace of passing housing legislation. Despite these shifting dynamics, however, over 100 bills pertaining to housing and homelessness were introduced for the 2023 legislative session. Our new commentary highlights a few key themes in the bills introduced this session, including a continued push towards land use reforms, creative approaches to affordable housing development, and efforts to strengthen accountability and…
Reaffirming the Federal Commitment to Fair Housing: Lessons from California in Implementing AFFH
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is currently inviting comments on a proposed Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing…
Using Emergency Housing Vouchers to Address Homelessness
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the heightened risks for people experiencing homelessness, the American Rescue Plan Act of…
Now Hiring! Research Leadership Opportunities
The Terner Center is hiring a Research Director and one to two Associate Research Directors to join our growing team.…
How States Are Incentivizing Local Housing Production: A Typology of State Pro-Housing Laws
By Shazia Manji For decades, the United States has failed to build sufficient housing to support its growing population and…
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COVID-19: Housing-Related Needs and Responses
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