PRI’s guest in this podcast is Nolan Gray, an urban planner and currently a Ph.D. student at UCLA. Housing affordability and housing shortages are two key reasons so many Californians are fleeing the state. Nolan discusses why housing is so expensive and the regulatory barriers that are preventing more houses from being built. He also offers policy recommendations to help more Californians find an affordable place to live.
Nolan Gray – The California Housing Crisis
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