California's Housing Crisis Meets California's Insurance Crisis

by Josh Stephens on Jul 8, 2024

Insurance in wildfire areas is becoming harder to get -- which should be a good thing for the state's growth management policies. But it's getting in the way of meeting the state's housing targets.

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