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WASHINGTON, DC – The introduction of the House version of the YIMBY Act highlighted Up for Growth Action’s Legislative Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill yesterday. Introduced by Rep. Denny Heck
WASHINGTON, DC – Up for Growth Action applauded the introduction of the bipartisan Build More Housing Near Transit Act, introduced today by Reps. Scott Peters (D-CA) and Cathy McMorris Rodgers
In recent weeks, a flurry of housing legislation was introduced in both the House and the Senate. You can read our press releases on the Affordable Housing Credit Improvement Act,
WASHINGTON, DC – Up for Growth Action applauds Oregon lawmakers for approving a first-in-the-nation policy to end exclusionary zoning and allow duplexes and other “middle housing” in areas currently restricted
WASHINGTON, DC – Up for Growth Action will deploy extensive research and policy expertise on housing solutions to assist President Donald Trump’s new White House Council to Eliminate Barriers to
Putting legislation behind pro-housing ideas Up for Growth Action has promoted since 2018, The Yes in My Backyard (“YIMBY”) Act would encourage communities to eliminate discriminatory land use policies and
WASHINGTON, DC – Reps. Brian Higgins (D-NY) and Mike Kelly (R-PA) this week introduced bipartisan legislation to create a new federal tax credit to spur investment in the revitalization of
Earlier this year, Oregon made housing headlines when House Speaker Tina Kotek introduced legislation that would end single-family-only zoning in the Portland metro area and in Oregon’s larger cities. HB
WASHINGTON, DC – The reintroduction of the Task Force on the Impact of the Affordable Housing Crisis Act is a positive step for pro-housing solutions, according to Up for Growth
WASHINGTON, DC - Up for Growth Action, a Washington, DC-based 501(c)(4) that advocates for pro-housing policies at the state and federal levels, applauded the reintroduction of the Affordable Housing Credit
As many of you likely know, much of our modern municipal zoning regime was created after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down government-backed residential segregation in Buchanan v. Warley in
America’s approach to housing, and particularly affordable housing, has ebbed and flowed over the past century. The nation's focus on housing policy has shifted based on contemporary housing and economic