The California gubernatorial race, primarily a Democrat affair, is increasingly centering on the state's lack of affordable housing. reports:

Californians are less than 30 days away from voting in the June 5 state primary and the state's housing crisis features prominently in the race to replace Governor Jerry Brown.

In CA Fwd's latest video, gubernatorial candidates share their ideas and thoughts on addressing the housing affordability problem, one of the top priorities of the California Economic Summit, which CA Fwd organizes every year.

California's Legislature has been looking at housing bills that will target zoning and other barriers to more housing and affordability. Though a legislative committee slapped down a bill to speed up construction of housing near transit, the candidates for governor are setting their sites high for building up the housing supply, streamlining the California Environmental Quality Act, bringing back redevelopment agencies in some form and more.

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