Up and down the state, local jurisdictions placed housing measures on the ballot in the November 2022 election. Issues included stopping affordable housing from being built in wealthy communities, taxing vacant units, mechanisms to streamline housing production and protections for tenants. A recent article by the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the University of California, Berkeley, cataloged each housing measure on the ballot for the November 2022 election, and reporting by KQED sought to make sense of what each measure means for housing in our state. This digital discourse will explore which of these measures passed, which failed and what the outcomes means for housing in California.
Muhammad Alameldin / Terner Center for Housing Innovation
Erin Baldassari / KQED
Sarah Karlinsky / SPUR
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