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08/08/2020

Want More Housing? Ending Single-Family Zoning Won’t Do It.

City Lab Emily Hamilton July 29, 2020, 10:06 AM EDT

Before Covid-19 took hold of the national consciousness, the YIMBY movement — of those saying “Yes In My Backyard” to housing development — appeared ready to go mainstream. More and more people recognized that NIMBYism run amok and codified into local laws leads to fewer housing options, drastically raising prices in cities and towns alike, and contributing to inequality. Now, in a time of pandemic-driven budget cuts and unemployment, the importance of housing affordability is growing...click here to read more.

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