National Politics

Housing Disrupts “Progressive” Politics

Posted January 15, 2019 by

Opposing Infill Housing is not “Progressive” Housing is disrupting “progressive” politics. Specifically,  it is exposing traditional “progressive” politicians for maintaining elitist and exclusionary zoning policies. Many  of these “progressives” support pro-mansion land use policies that ban apartments, while it is
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Special Report: 2018 Housing Year in Review

Posted December 18, 2018 by

Key Gains Boost Housing Prospects for 2019 2018 marked a positive turning point for America’s response to its worsening housing and homelessness crisis. This shift signifies new opportunities for housing progress in 2019. Why did the media and elected officials
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Green New Deal Requires Green Zoning

Posted December 4, 2018 by

Exclusionary Single-Family Home Zoning Must End As Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other House Democrats promote a “Green New Deal,” one key element has been missing: green-oriented zoning reforms. A truly Green New Deal must end exclusionary single-family home zoning laws that
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Will 2019 Bring Housing Breakthrough?

Posted November 27, 2018 by

Advocates Mobilizing for National, State, Local Campaigns Democrats’ takeover of the House and key state and local wins sets the stage for major housing gains in 2019. This includes major HUD funding increases, boosting California’s housing spending along with increased
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