California lawmakers attempting to address the state's housing crisis are taking two approaches. They're passing bills to subsidize housing for low income residents and looking to encourage more building. Here's more from Ben Bradford at Capital Public Radio.
California has the most expensive real estate markets in the U. S., while state funds for affordable housing have largely dried up. A new proposal passed the state senate Thursday that may provide a new source. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
Democrats in the state Legislature are turning their attention to the issue of affordable housing in California. Capital Public Radio's Daniel Potter reports it's their new focus, after passing a transportation funding bill earlier this month.
Some say millennials will never put down roots. That they're uninspired to enter the housing market. Capital Public Radio's PolitiFact reporter Chris Nichols looked into what's fact and what's fiction about millennials and home ownership.