News Roundup - March 31
- I wrote a piece for The Nation about what the rise of modern homelessness tells us about America's class system.
- I also make a cameo in this Crosscut piece about data-driven approaches to fighting homelessness.
- A majority of Californians are worried about their ability to pay their rent or mortgage.
- "New market-rate housing production is neither the villain nor the panacea that the opposing sides make it out to be."
- Darrell Owens makes the case for social housing.
- The Dallas Fed thinks we may be in a housing bubble.
- "San Diego community colleges want to help solve the housing problem. Here’s our idea."
- A great Jay Caspian Kang piece about tiny homes and transitional housing.
- Lastly, David Dayen on California's bizarre state budgeting rules. (There's more detail in this LAO report on the state appropriations limit.)