What Will Really Solve California’s Housing Crisis? MARCH 6, 2017 | BY CARRIE ROSSENFELD

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By Carrie Rossenfeld

IRVINE, CA—We need to stop addressing this issue through competing interests fighting each other, and the state needs to find a way to bring those interests together in a way that puts less constraint on developers, CCN’s Tim Paone tells GlobeSt.com.

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