The California Apartment Association applauds the governor and state Legislature for approving AB 101, a budget trailer bill expected to make headway against both the housing and homelessness crises.
Passed by lawmakers earlier this summer and signed by the governor last week, the bill will provide dollars for housing while imposing penalties against cities that refuse to build their fair share of homes.
When lawmakers return from their summer recess Monday, they’ll have an opportunity to build on the strengths of this “carrot and stick” approach to housing production.
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