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Sen. Mike Morrell Featured on PRI Podcast Discussing All Things Housing
Yucaipa’s State Senator Mike Morrell (R-23rd District-Rancho Cucamonga) was featured on a Pacific Research Institute (PRI) podcast discussing the California housing crisis with the topic, “Will the Legislature Finally Act to Break California’s Housing Crisis?” Senator Morrell is the Senate housing Committee’s vice chair.
The podcast discusses this legislative session’s free-market housing reform legislation and Sen. Morrell’s thoughts on Gov. Newsom targeting cities over their failure to meet state housing goals. The 23-minute also includes a review of Senate Bill 384, authored by Senator Morrell that looks at local development fees, ways to increase tax credits to help first-time homebuyers, and streamlining environmental regulations on housing construction, similar to what’s been done for sports arenas.
Sen. Morrell’s other legislation on student safety and other legislative priorities are also discussed as part of the podcast. To hear the podcast in its entirety, go to: https://www.pacificresearch.org/sen-mike-morrell-will-the-legislature-finally-act-to-break-californias-housing-logjam/?fbclid=IwAR3h_iReEv6K9oJmsvRaV5pCpDbP7fqFCXdH2W48xrTESr4PGeI7DxIIkeY.
Founded in 1979 by Atony Fisher, PRI works to champion freedom, opportunity, and personal responsibility for all individuals by advancing free-market policy solutions. The Institute’s activities include publications, events, media commentary, legislative testimony, and community outreach to advance individuals as the real the real decision makers when it comes to education, business and economics, health care, environment and California reform.