The onus is mostly on progressives, rather than entirely.
What I don't understand is the political economy of Richard Kahlenberg's proposal for the Biden administration to force localities to loosen up.
The findings of a 2019 paper focused on New York, San Jose, and San Francisco's housing regulations.
How to make living in the Golden State affordable again.
An administration interested in correcting housing-policy sins of the past would not overlook existing problems of subsidized housing.
Returning to ill-conceived policies in the name of social justice will end in tears, just as it did during the Great Recession.
Cities that don't welcome new residents won't thrive.
This is set to be a major issue in the election.