California has fallen disasterously behind in building new homes for the state’s residents, meaning the prices of homes across the state have risen beyond reach for far too many people. We shouldn’t have laws that get in the way of creating new places to live in our communities.
California has fallen disasterously behind in building new homes for the state’s residents, meaning the prices of homes across the state have risen beyond reach for far too many people. We shouldn’t have laws that get in the way of creating new places to live in our communities. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
California has fallen disasterously behind in building new homes for the state’s residents, meaning the prices of homes across the state have risen beyond reach for far too many people. We shouldn’t have laws that get in the way of creating new places to live in our communities. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Want more affordable homes? Fix CEQA, state tax policies and NIMBY zoning

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