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Can State Policy Changes Fix Housing Affordability in California?

The path to fixing California’s housing affordability crisis starts with the state capital. There have been numerous policy ideas swirling around Sacramento in recent years, from securing a permanent funding source for affordable housing to establishing some form of by-right legislation. But what policies will move the needle the most? Hear from the state’s leading expert on local government finance about how organizations across the state are joining forces to change the rules that drive affordability.

+ Fred Silva / CA Forward

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