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America Is Finally Tackling Its Housing Crisis

Advocates are turning zoning reform into an important progressive cause — not just a housing issue

A luxury 5-story condominium building is proposed to replace this narrow two-story house at 180 Washington Ave.
Photo: Ben McCanna/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images

In communities across the country, the “Not In My Backyard” approach to housing is finally getting a much-needed remodel.

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