Housing solutions have been touted for the past year as the top priority of our legislative leaders. Leaders have continued to highlight various reports about the need for more housing including the most recent report that stated that Southern California needs to build 3.5 million new housing units to ease the crisis.

However, instead of moving forward with progressive and innovative policies that would expedite new housing or encourage Californians to take the risk and buy their first rental property, they have decided to shelve most of those proposals and support failed policies that have been rejected by voters and communities for years.

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