KQED aims to tell the story of how California got into a housing affordability crisis by exploring the history and regional policies of the Bay Area. We want to know how marginalized residents are affected.

Millbrae Voters Recall Council Members Who Didn’t Oppose Affordable Housing

Breed Aims to Rezone Downtown San Francisco for More Housing, Fewer Offices

Berkeley Council Scales Down Major Housing Reform of Single-Family Zoning

After Ballot Measure for New City Is Delayed, Solano Residents Breathe a Sigh of Relief

Oakland Sweeps Beach Encampment Where Unhoused Residents Sued to Stay Put

California Latinos Call on Local, National Leaders to Address Housing, Economy

California Forever Pulls Bid to Build New City From This Year’s Ballot

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Berkeley, 1st City to Sanctify Single-Family Zoning, Considers Historic Reversal: Allowing Small Apartments

SF Supervisors Greenlight Stonestown Galleria Revamp to Add 3,500 Homes

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California's Law to Fix Unsafe Homeless Shelters Ignored by Cities and Counties