A new UC Berkeley report shows SB 9 has failed to spur multi-family housing construction across the state. Frustrated with the slow pace of building, housing advocates could pursue additional legislation that wrestles more local control away from cities.
San Francisco is still at risk.
The City of Torrance is ending its 101-year membership with the League of California Cities, saying the organization has failed in its mission to advocate for local control of land-use and zoning issues.
They’re trying to put the fear of God into local governments.
Cities are already stepping up on housing. Now it’s the state’s turn.
Two days after his titanic victory in the September 14 recall election, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed historic legislation that essentially eliminates single-family zoning across the state of California.
A win for affordable housing activists.
Huntington Beach city leaders voted Monday night to appeal mandated numbers for new housing in the city.
One of the most contentious bills of the last session is back, albeit with some changes.
In 2017, the United States Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the most consequential piece of tax legislation in 30 years.