With the death of Senate Bill 50, there are no active bills in Sacramento that tackle housing affordability.
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As cities struggle to rein in the short-term rental service, a detente in San Francisco may show the way.
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Research shows that corporate landlords are contributing to a rise in housing prices.
The current House tax bill bestows Californians with incomes in the top one percent more than half of its cuts by 2027. It passed 227-205, on a mostly party line vote.
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In California’s recent legislative “grand compromise” of an affordable housing package, developers got subsidies for building and a streamlined path to construction. It’s hard to see what they gave up in the exchange.