October 30, 2023—Regarding “Newsom signed over 60 housing bills this year. Here’s how they’re going to change California” (Letters to the Editor, SFChronicle.com, Oct. 24): Alfred Twu’s op-ed highlights some bills that, Twu argues, give California the potential to “turn the corner on the housing crisis.” However, Twu omits one bold housing bill that targets the market-driven housing system as a whole.  As Managing Attorney Richard Marcantonio writes, “SB555 [the Stable Affordable Housing Act] sets us on the path to a future in which public and nonprofit ownership of housing for all can become a reality here as it is in so many places in the world.”

Read Richard’s Letter to the Editor


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