California voters will decide later this year on two significant housing measures that would help the state’s growing homeless population. One of those is a $2 billion bond measure, which hit a snag in 2016 after some lawmakers argued that the money was initially earmarked for mental health services; not housing.
Construction workers are increasingly being drawn to build new single-family houses, leaving apartment projects across the country struggling to meet completion and budget deadlines, according to housing analysts.
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Many economists agree that cities across the country are not building enough affordable homes; according to the National Association of Home Builders, construction companies nationwide will fall short some 400,000 homes as they try to keep up with population growth. In this context, housing advocacy groups are urging lawmakers to ease building restrictions.