California's governor wants to speed up local government approval for affordable housing as a way to stem the state's housing crisis.
We've covered the plan extensively since Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled the measure in his May budget revision, through stories and via Twitter.
Below is a chronology of our coverage, which will help you understand what Brown's proposal will do and track its progress. We plan to continue updating this post as the legislation progresses.
Brown’s reasoning: Governor: We can't buy our way out of the affordable housing problem
Funding push continues: Lawmakers continue to press governor for more affordable-housing dollars
The Legislature weighs in: Legislators approve $3-billion low-income housing bond to address statewide shortage
Big potential impact in big cities: Gov. Jerry Brown's housing plan could wipe away development rules in Los Angeles and San Francisco
The budget includes a promise to deal with housing: Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers strike California budget deal that adds money for housing and child care
Support from the mayor: Garcetti endorses Gov. Jerry Brown's housing plan
State construction worker unions hammer the housing plan: Why construction unions are fighting Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan for more housing
The governor softens his stance: Gov. Jerry Brown softens stance on construction worker pay in housing proposal
The small alternative: How to solve California's housing shortage? Build 'granny flats' in homeowners' backyards
Talks are breaking down: Labor and environmental groups say they are done negotiating over Gov. Jerry Brown's housing plan
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