Friday is the deadline for new bill introductions. Expect a flurry of last minute bills. For highlights throughout the week, follow @hsgadvocates on Twitter.
Speaker Atkins, who has declared housing one of her top priorities, is expected to announce a multi-bill affordable housing package later this week.
How does a prosperous city also remain inclusive? The Minneapolis Miracle.
Trying to remember the number of that bill . . . that did that thing? Or just feeling nostalgic? Well we’ve got you covered. We’ve posted summaries of key housing-related legislation for nearly every year going back to 1981. We’ve also just posted an interactive list of housing bills from 2014, with other recent years coming […]
Both houses meet this week, but little action is planned.
Advocates working on anti-displacement policies convene today in LA to share strategies and connect on local anti-displacement work, with an eye to state policy solutions as well.
Joint informational hearing of Assembly and Senate housing committees: “An Overview of the Housing Market and the State’s Housing Resources and Programs.” Testimony from Cappio, Patterson, Glasser and Stivers. Wed, Feb. 18 at 10 AM. Listen or Watch.
Late Friday, the SGC released “clarifications” to the program guidelines and the application process. Applications remain due this Thursday, Feb. 19.
What role do segregated housing and land use patterns play in poverty? http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/02/is-ending-segregation-the-key-to-ending-poverty/385002/#disqus_thread
One month to go before three special elections to fill a trio of empty Senate seats. A lot money is focused on the race to replace former housing chair Mark DeSaulnier in Senate District 7.#SD7