The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board examines the lopsided numbers fueling Oregon’s housing affordability crisis.
Nate Brusselback outlines why supply-side solutions are the best fit to tackle Oregon’s housing affordability crisis.
The Wall Street Journal’s Will Parker dives into Oregon’s decision to eliminate restrictive zoning policies.
Elliot Njus reports in The Oregonian on Portland’s newfound housing construction push.
Local economists weigh in on Oregon’s move to encourage the development of multi-family housing.
State lawmakers in Oregon ended the legislative session by passing a bill that will allow for a greater variety of homes to be built throughout the state.
Following the passage of SB 808, KTVZ reports on real affordable housing solutions being explored in the state legislature.
As the bill to implement statewide rent control in Oregon moved quickly through the state legislature, Ryan Bourne of the CATO Institute assessed the implications.
At the start of the 2019 legislative session, House Speaker Tina Kotek introduced H.B. 2001 which would reintroduce “missing middle” housing.