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Past Event: What’s at stake for housing in the 2024 elections?

On Monday, April 15, the Terner Center & Labs hosted a reception and panel discussion focused on what’s at stake for housing in the 2024 election in California and nationally. The panel discussed pending ballot measures, the housing platforms of candidates running for office, and the implications for housing reforms in 2025 and beyond. Speakers included:

Sarah Brundage, President & CEO, National Association of Affordable Housing Lenders

Graciela Castillo-Krings, Partner, Sacramento Advocates

Chris Elmendorf, Professor, UC Davis School of Law

Justine Marcus, Senior Director of Programs, Enterprise Community Partners Northern California

 

Watch the full video here.

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