San Francisco’s Housing Crisis Is Solvable With One Law. Here’s How You Can Help
Greg Ferenstein

Decades ago, the homeowners of San Francisco put in place a variety of rules and zonings that made it very, very difficult for new people to build homes. It was purely self-serving, of course. With supply frozen, those legacy homeowners now own million dollar properties.

And the police and fire fighters who risk their lives for these people, the teachers who educate their children, the first responders who save their lives? Why in the world should owners of million dollar properties have to associate with the riff-raff? Let them live an hour or two commute inland.

To top it off, those same homeowners keep bragging about their environmental green spaces. Nothing worse than a hypocrite, unless it’s a holier-than-thou hypocrite.

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