Gimme Shelter Podcast: The SB 827 Post-Mortem

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The most controversial and highly publicized state housing bill in recent memory has died. In an emergency version of the pod, Matt and Liam walk you through the reasons SB 827 failed to get through its first committee hearing, and where legislation like it could go in the future.

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