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Building a Better Ladder of Housing Opportunity in the United States Effective housing policy should foster a ladder of opportunity, where government policies help people at each rung and facilitate their ability to advance. But the ladder we have today has multiple rungs missing, others spaced too far apart, a...
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Will Housing Finally Break Through in 2021? A California Legislative Preview Now that the deadline to introduce new bills for this year’s California legislative session has passed, our Policy Director David Garcia has written a summary highligh...
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Strategies to Lower Cost and Speed Housing Production A new analysis that finds that the 833 Bryant Street project, a housing development for individuals experiencing homelessness in San Francisco...
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Sacramento Leapfrogs
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in Zoning Reform Race
Our new blog post commends the city o...
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Looking to Commercially Zoned Land for Housing in California California’s major metro areas have a significant amount of prime land used for commercial purposes and in many cases local land use restrictions prevent that land from being considered for new housing, a new analysis from the Terner Center ...
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Housing on the Ballot: How Californians Voted on Key Measures in 2020 With the November 2020 election—one of the most consequential in recent memory—wrapping up, our blog post published today offers an overview of the results of the many housing-related propo...
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