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Key legislation we support or oppose, research we rely on

2019-10-22T23:12:08+00:00

In 2019 We Opposed SB 50, SB 330, SB 592, AB 68 & AB 1487

In 2020, all California cities face an existential battle to save their livability, affordability and environment from state Sen. Scott Wiener of San Francisco, and his dozen or so hardcore followers in the legislature, who embrace Wiener’s failed theory that

2019-10-02T04:32:09+00:00

Stop Scott Wiener’s SB 50

SB 50 is Roaring Back Very Soon! State Sen. Scott Wiener’s radical plan to kill single-family zoning statewide, destroying our neighborhoods to erect luxury buildings, is roaring back soon! This week, tell your own state legislator to

2019-10-02T04:31:33+00:00

3.5 Million Housing Shortage Lie

Embarcadero Institute Unravels the 3.5 Million Housing Shortage Lie that has Panicked Sacramento and Fuels the Trickle-down Lobby. The Legislature wants 3.5 million housing units built by 2025, an impossible goal based on bad data from developer

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