Gimme Shelter Podcast: Are housing prices destroying the California Dream?

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Liam and Matt will be back next week for your regularly scheduled programming. This week, we’re airing a Zocalo Public Square/AARP forum entitled “Are Housing Prices Killing the California Dream?” The panel features California Senate President pro Tem Kevin de León, AARP ​housing policy expert ​Rodney ​Harrell, executive director of Housing California Lisa Hershey, and dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs Gary Segura, and is hosted by CALmatters CEO Dave Lesher.

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