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Proposal To Create More Affordable Housing In California Shelved Until 2020

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Proposal To Create More Affordable Housing In California Shelved Until 2020

Proposal To Create More Affordable Housing In California Shelved Until 2020

Despite homelessness in California, and the state's escalating housing crisis, Melissa Caen tells us a proposal that would have sped up construction all of the state has hit a massive speed bump.

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