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CASA and the Push for a Regional Housing Solution

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Houses line a street in San Francisco's Mission District.  (Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

What if we looked at solving the Bay Area’s housing crisis from a regional lens? Could we come up with solutions that actually work? It’s often said that solving the housing crisis requires a regional approach but no one has tried to define what that looks like, until now. A proposal on its way to the state legislature could give the Bay Area its own regional housing agency with the ability to set goals and taxes.

Guest: Guy Marzorati, KQED politics reporter

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