State & Regional Legislative Round-up

  • March 29, 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online scanph.org/webinar

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Learn the nuts and bolts of how the following bills and budget asks will benefit affordable home development and the low income housing tax credit program.

  • AB 2817 (Chiu) - A reintroduction of last year’s AB 35 (Chiu), AB 2817 seeks to increase the aggregate low-income housing credit dollar amount by $100,000 for calendar years 2017-2022.
  • SB 873 (Beall) - A reintroduction of last year’s SB 377 (Beall), SB 873 will allow for certificated state low-income housing tax credits to increase their value by avoiding federal taxation.
  • AB 2502 (Chiu/Mullin) - This bill allows local governments to enforce inclusionary zoning ordinances.
  • No Place Like Home (de Leon) - This budget asks seeks to repurpose Mental Health Services Act dollars to generate a $2 billion revenue bond to build permanent supportive housing units.
  • Assembly Housing Budget Ask - In the Assembly, housing-affordability champions are shaping a budget ask to invest $1 billion in proven state housing programs.
  • AB 2031(Bonta) - This bills permits cities to pass laws allowing the issuance of bonds for affordable housing without raising taxes or diverting property taxes from other sources.

We will also get an update on regional politics at the City and Council level as well led by SCANPH's Policy Director.

Webinar will be led by:

Joe Boniwell, Legislative and Policy Advocate, Housing California

Lisa Payne,  Policy Director, SCANPH

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