In episode 2 of our new podcast Land Matters, Senior Fellow Anthony Flint interviews Randy Shaw, author of Generation Priced Out, about the campaign to enable more housing development in high-cost cities.
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Can Green Infrastructure Help Smaller Legacy Cities Adapt to Climate Change?
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What Does the Rapid Evolution of Mobility Mean for Urban Planners and Transportation Officials?
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Tax Relief in Texas
As Property Tax Bills Rise, Texas Looks to Provide Relief without Hurting Public Services
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The Search for Solutions as Climate Impacts a Legendary River
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Housing the Homeless
Booming Cities Address the Growing Crisis in Their Streets
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Tax Increment Financing
Policy Makers Should Reconsider a Popular Economic Development Tool
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