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An aerial view of a housing development in Oakland. The building is more than a frame but not yet complete, and a crane sticks out from the roof. Far in the background, Oakland's downtown area.

Here's How Every Bay Area Housing Ballot Measure Fared This Election

Councilmember Fife stands to the right, looking left across the frame with a serious expression. She wears a large scarf around her neck and a coat. Behind her, slightly out of focus, a large building, perhaps six floors in height.

In Pushing Affordable Housing Measures, Local Leaders Ask Voters to Contend With Racist Housing Law

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Richmond Considers Stronger Rent Caps as Inflation Soars

newly framed homes without any siding yet on them are shown with two construction workers climbing on them

Newsom Campaigned on Building 3.5 Million Homes. He Hasn't Gotten Even Close

A woman wearing a light top and blue jeans holds on to a gate outside with one hand.

From Menlo Park to Laguna Beach, Residents Turn to Ballot Box to Fight New California Housing Mandates

Gov. Gavin Newsom giving a speech at a podium.

Newsom to End California's COVID State of Emergency in February

2022 Election Special: CA Controller's Race

Oakland Writers Ayodele Nzinga and Leila Mottley

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