September 19, 2022

San Francisco Chronicle: Prop. 27 would rake in millions for homelessness. So why don’t homeless advocates support it?

Prop. 27 would rake in millions for homelessness. So why don’t homeless advocates support it?
August 30, 2022

San Francisco Chronicle: California lawmakers just voted to make it easier to add housing. Will Bay Area cities build?

In a major win for California housing development advocates, state lawmakers signed off Monday on a series of reforms that supporters say could clear the way to build hundreds of thousands of of new homes statewide by significantly easing permitting requirements.
August 18, 2022

The Daily Journal: Report: Housing ‘out of reach’ for many workers

A person who wants to live in a two-bedroom, market rate apartment in the San Francisco metropolitan area must make more than $60 an hour to afford it, according to a report released Thursday by the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
August 17, 2022

NBC Bay Area: Housing ‘Out of Reach’ for Bay Area Minimum Wage Workers: Report

A person who wants to live in a two-bedroom, market rate apartment in the San Francisco metropolitan area must make more than $60 an hour to afford it, according to a report released Thursday by the National Low Income Housing Coalition. It says full-time minimum wage workers are unable to afford a modest two-bedroom rental home in any state, metropolitan area, or county. In 91 percent of U.S. counties, a one-bedroom rental home at fair market rent is also out…