Join PRI For A Panel Discussion On California’s Housing Crisis On April 11

Join PRI For A Panel Discussion On California’s Housing Crisis On April 11

Join PRI for a “California Ideas in Action” Panel Discussion

Unaffordable: How Government Policy Has Shaped California’s Housing Crisis and What Can Be Done to Fix It

Tuesday, April 11
10:30 am
California State Capitol, Room 126
Sacramento

Please RSVP to Tim Anaya at tanaya@pacificresearch.org

Click here for a flyer with event details

Join Kerry Jackson, Fellow with PRI’s Center for California Reform, and author of Unaffordable, a new PRI “California Ideas in Action” brief, for a panel discussion on California’s housing crisis.

Hear advocates, policy experts, and attorneys share their experiences on how government policy has shaped the state’s housing crisis.

Learn about free market reforms that could make housing more affordable and accessible across the Golden State.

Click here to download a copy of PRI’s new issue brief, Unaffordable.

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