State Policy

Earlier this week, I gave a presentation on Housing Underproduction in Utah to the Utah Land Use Institute at their 2020 Fall Meeting. What follows is a lightly edited version
In an opinion piece published by the Wall Street Journal, Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and President Donald Trump claimed they will save America’s suburbs from
During a time in which most of the housing advocacy community is focused on the looming rent crisis and how to assist those who are, or will soon have, trouble
Over the last several weeks, we have discussed at length the interventions at the federal level necessary to keep people in their homes and ensure rent is paid on time
2020 is shaping up to be a historic year for housing in the Washington state legislature. Earlier this week, we shared the news of Representative Nicole Macri’s (D-LD43) legislation to
A week into the state legislative session in Washington, State Representative Nicole Macri of Seattle introduced legislation that would allow for duplexes, triplexes, town homes, and smaller apartment buildings in
FEDERAL WAY – From 2000 – 2015, Washington state fell 225,000 units short of meeting its housing needs, according to a new report from Up for Growth, developed in partnership
Shortly before the holidays, Virginia delegate Ibraheem Samirah introduced legislation that would legalize duplexes across the Commonwealth, as well as other reforms such as greenlighting accessory dwelling units statewide. Delegate