Connecticut Public Radio: “CT bill aimed at creating new housing near transportation hubs dies in state Senate”

HB 5390, also known as the “Work, Live, Ride” bill, failed to reach the governor’s desk before the close of Connecticut’s legislative session on May 8th.

Streets.nm: “What New Statewide Polling Teaches Us About Housing and Land Use Policy”

A recent poll from the Minneapolis-based organization Neighbors for More Neighbors — and partners Sierra Club, ISAIAH and Move Minnesota Action — highlights that housing affordability is a leading priority for Minnesotans, and that there is notable support among voters for land use and zoning reforms.

Boston Business Journal: “Industry groups attack Healey’s proposed real estate transfer fees”

The proposed real estate transfer fees in Governor Healey’s housing package would allow Massachusetts municipalities to charge a fee on residential sales over $1 million or a county’s median sale price, with the revenue going toward affordable housing.


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