Everyone in California needs a safe and affordable place to call home. Rents and mortgages within the reach of working families are critical to maintaining California’s business competitiveness. Let’s get California building again.
- Campaign Update: Following “6 week of Action,” legislative leaders reaffirm commitment to affordable homes, 10,000 postcards supporting homes and jobs delivered to Governor Brown, petition-signing competition winners, and more. View our April 8th Campaign Update .
- From our Press Room:
- California second least affordable state for renters, study says – Los Angeles Times (March 25, 2014)
- OP ED: Homelessness in California: Homes in the city, not on the streets – Jewish Journal (March 12, 2014)
- With affordable housing, summer and after-school learning can start at home – EdSource (February 4, 2014)
- Check out more recent media coverage in our Press Room.
- New! Startling Facts
The California Homes and Jobs Act (SB 391) will:
- Create 29,000 jobs annually, primarily in the beleaguered construction sector.
- Help businesses attract and retain the talent that fuels California’s economy.
- Generate an estimated $500 million in state investment and leverage an additional $2.78 billion in federal, local, and private investment.
- Deploy these dollars throughout California using a successful private/public partnership model, creating jobs and generating revenue for local governments.
- Build safe and affordable apartments and single-family homes for Californians in need, including families, seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, and people experiencing homelessness.
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