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.

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Newsom Promised 1,200 Tiny Homes for Unhoused Californians, but a Year Later None Have Opened

Alameda County District Attorney Sues Farmers Insurance Alleging Unfair Practices

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California Forever Hands Out $500K to Solano Nonprofits Ahead of November Election

Peskin Ballot Measure Aims to Pay Rent for Thousands of Low-Income Households in SF

California Wants Cities to Plan For More Housing. Cities Say the Rules Are Unclear

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Displacing People for 'Progress' — the Origins of BART

San Francisco Homelessness Up 7% Despite Decline in Street Camping

California Forever Says 12 Start-Ups Will Open Workplaces in Its New City

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Prop 47 Has Saved California Millions. These Are the Programs It's Funded

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Alameda County’s Homeless Count Decreases for 1st Time in a Decade