Podcast: Why Did Governor's By-Right Bill Die?

Podcast: Why Did Governor's By-Right Bill Die?

We implore our readers to forgive the recent shortage of in-depth, eyebrow-raising content. As the sole editor and writer for this publication, output is contingent on my health; when I can scarcely get out of bed, it follows that my words will struggle to reach your eyes. Thankfully we have some respite for you today.

As I lounge around in my rent-controlled apartment, banishing the fears of what may happen if anyone finds out I'm not on the lease, I had the austere pleasure of listening to this analysis of Governor Jerry Brown's "By-Right" Trailer Bill, how it could have streamlined the production of housing, and why it failed to gain support among stakeholders. The defunct legislation is covered starting at the 35-minute mark on John Myers' California Politics podcast, linked below.

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