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Cure for Vacant Storefronts? Build Housing

Posted January 29, 2019 by

Housing Brings Foot Traffic, Customers Nobody likes vacant storefronts. They deaden street life, send a message of neighborhood decline, and deprive the community of needed retail services. The challenge is finding the cure. Many cities have seized upon a vacancy
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Is California Ignoring its Tenant Crisis?

Posted January 22, 2019 by

Builders and Tenants are Allies After decades of  failing to build anywhere near enough housing, California is waking up.  A broad and diverse political coalition has emerged to get more homes built. This development should be cheered by all those
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Why Did Beto Reject Pelosi?

Posted January 22, 2019 by

Beto O’Rourke’s Troubling Loyalties As former Texas Congressperson Beto O’Rourke prepares a presidential run, more is being learned about his record. O’Rourke has been accused with voting with Republicans on some issues, and the January 20 Sunday New York Times
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