Friend , can you help volunteer for SB 50 at our Members & Volunteers Meetup tomorrow?
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. J O I N | D O N A T E | V O L[...]
You’re Invited – SB 50 Support Party on Jan 26th!
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. J O I N | D O N A T E | V O L U N T E E R Friend, it’s time to mobilize to support more housing state-wide! Learn about how you[...]
AHLA: Share Your Support for SB50!
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. J O I N | D O N A T E | V O L U N T E E R Action Item for This Week: It’s back! SB50: the More HOMES Act is a proposed law that will allow more housing near jobs […]
Abundant Housing LA Supports Supervisor Solis’ Anti-Displacement Policy
Link to Supervisor Solis’ Motion January 10, 2020 To the L.A. County Board of Supervisors, Abundant Housing LA is committed to education and advocacy on the affordability, livability,[...]
California: It’s Time for SB 50
While SB 50 is known for allowing more housing to be built near high-quality transit throughout California, it would enact three new policy approaches that warrant being called out because they would both address our ongoing housing crisis and also offer real, statewide solutions to our rapidly unfolding climate crisis.
LA Needs SB 50 to Break the NIMBY Doom-Loop
If there is one statistic that can explain Los Angeles’ devastating housing crisis, it’s the following: 75 percent of the city is zoned for luxury housing only. These luxury units have a median listing price of $859,000, which is over 10 times what the median household earns each year.[...]
AHLA: Sign up for Next Week’s Advocacy Training!
The latest news and events for the Pro Housing Movement. J O I N | D O N A T E | V O L U N T E E R Action Item for This Week: As a result of YOUR advocacy, our region’s home building[...]
Working to Implement our Policy Agenda in 2020
We at Abundant Housing LA advocate for an alternative for the majority of Angelenos who have been squeezed and displaced by these failed policies. We seek to do this by resurrecting an old idea that was once common sense for cities across America--building enough housing to accommodate growth.