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Furthering Fair Housing Through the RHNA Process in California

Offering a preview of her presentation next week, we are pleased to publish a blog post authored by Annelise Osterberg. As California prepares to enter the next cycle of the RHNA process, it has an opportunity to advance the state’s fair housing goals while also encouraging more sustainable development patterns. Osterberg summarizes the findings of her graduate student work, pointing to strategies like promoting jobs-housing balance, putting less of a focus on transit, and relying on more objective, external data for regional governments to ensure more fair, equitable allocations. Read more here, and learn more and register for our upcoming event on the topic here.

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