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After the runoff in the Mississippi Senate special election and the final ballots in California are counted, Election 2018 has finally wrapped. In the House, Democrats will take control for
PORTLAND, OR – Up for Growth Action (UFGA) and Oregon Smart Growth (OSG) have entered into a strategic partnership, giving UFGA a foothold in its third state and OSG access
It likely comes as no surprise to many readers that California is underproducing housing. According to Up for Growth’s latest report, “ Housing Underproduction in California ,” from 2000 –
America is facing a new type of housing crisis, one of affordability. In the wake of the Great Recession, a housing shortage, coupled with house prices increasing at a pace
The cost of housing is rapidly on the rise in nearly every corner of the country. In fact, over 11 million renters pay more than half of their incomes on
SACRAMENTO – Up for Growth Action, a diverse coalition of housing advocates, developers, major employers, environmental champions and transit enthusiasts, today issued the following statement thanking California Governor Jerry Brown
WASHINGTON, DC – Up for Growth Action has developed a new online data and communications toolkit to provide those passionate about housing policy the data and research needed to better
The quality, affordability and surrounding neighborhood characteristics of where a person lives impacts virtually every aspect of their lives. A growing body of research has shown that housing can serve
In city after city, we see the same refrain: a neighborhood is starting to attract new residents and new investment, current residents are starting to worry about gentrification. They show
WASHINGTON, DC – The American housing shortage is approaching crisis-levels, according to panelists who participated in a housing briefing on Capitol Hill, hosted by the Up for Growth National Coalition.
The advertising executive Michael Franzini, founder of the nonprofit ad agency Public Interest, has created campaigns to fight AIDS, spur Holocaust awareness, and advocate for STEM education. The cause driving