Amid Housing Crisis, Why 2 Out of 5 Young Californians Still Live at Home

By Matt Levin, CALmatters

State lawmakers have introduced more than 130 bills this legislative session to try to solve California’s housing affordability crisis, proposing everything from 150 square-foot apartments to a $3 billion affordable housing bond.

But while many see the flurry of political activity as an encouraging sign, for millions of younger Californians, all the talk of infill development, the        California Environment Quality Act reform and developer fees can be reduced to one simple question:

Will any of this stuff finally help me move out of my parents’ place?

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