The Gimme Shelter one year anniversary spectacular

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It’s been one year of Matt and Liam talking about California’s housing crisis. They reflect on the biggest stories of the past 12 months, and what they expect to be on the podcast in the year ahead. First, an Avocado of the Fortnight takes us to a potentially awkward roommate situation at UC Santa Cruz (5:00). Then a recap of the last month of housing legislation at the Capitol, including Liam’s choice for the most important housing bill that passed (10:00). And finally, Matt and Liam talk about the past and future of the pod (30:00).

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