"Inclusionary housing" vs. the Constitution on Courting Liberty
PLF and the California Building Industry Association have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review San Jose’s “inclusionary housing” law. It punishes providers of new homes – and violates the Constitution’s ban on takings – by forcing homebuilders to set aside units for below-market sale to city-designated buyers.
In this week’s Courting Liberty Podcast, PLF Director of Communications Harold Johnson leads the discussion on the case and petition with the Supreme Court with PLF Attorney Brian Hodges and PLF Senior Staff Attorney Tony Francois.
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