A wave of cities throughout California, including Sacramento, Berkeley, and Oakland, have pledged to do away with single-unit zoning and permit duplexes by-right. It's a seemingly simple principle, but a potentially vast planning challenge. Bill Fulton and Josh Stephens discuss this latest trend in planning and what it means for cities that have already adopted it and for cities that might be considering it.
Meanwhile, the legislature is considering a raft of land-use bills that are as diverse as they are numerous. Bill and Josh look at some of the highlights.
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