Regulation & Policy

Source Sports
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Source Sports

A tipping point nears for supply chains, as technology alters domestic capability... More

Spring Ahead
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Spring Ahead

As weather improves and construction kicks into a higher gear, what're the odds of... More

Here's What's in Trump's Budget That Affects Construction and Lumber
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Here's What's in Trump's Budget That Affects Construction and Lumber

Flood Insurance program, Energy Star, EPA enforcement are cited. More

Tags: Policy
More Housing Density Needed for California to Meet its Climate Change Goals
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More Housing Density Needed for California to Meet its Climate Change Goals

California residents will need to travel by foot four times more frequently in... More

What Effects will the New Budget Have on HUD?
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What Effects will the New Budget Have on HUD?

Housing advocates concerned about cuts at the agency. More

LA Restricts Home Sizes in Single-Family Neighborhoods
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LA Restricts Home Sizes in Single-Family Neighborhoods

Ordinance changes intended to cut down on “mansionization.” More

A Case for Itemizing Impact Fees in New-Home Prices
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A Case for Itemizing Impact Fees in New-Home Prices

Perhaps if home buyers saw what they were paying to government, they might seek to... More

Senate Confirms Ben Carson as HUD Secretary
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Senate Confirms Ben Carson as HUD Secretary

Places the retired neurosurgeon in charge of a vast agency with critical roles... More

POTUS on WOTUS Noticed
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POTUS on WOTUS Noticed

The National Association of Home Builders expresses support for President Donald... More

Tags: Water
Expanded “Buy America” Laws Could Mean Higher Construction Costs
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Expanded “Buy America” Laws Could Mean Higher Construction Costs

It is not yet known whether existing laws will change, but speculation abounds. More

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