California homeowners across the state are upset that state politicians have passed multiple laws that strip cities and counties of being able to reject controversial government-subsidized housing projects in their area.
Several laws passed since 2019 give state welfare bureaucrats and developers the unchecked power to force cities and counties to approve these controversial projects, including:
Reform California is leading the charge to defeat SCA-2 and repeal SB9 and SB10 and other laws and regulations that limit local control and input on housing projects.
“Maintaining local control allows cities and counties to support or not support projects that fit with the character of the community and maintain certain standards and quality of life,” says Carl DeMaio, Chairman of Reform California.
“There’s no doubt that California needs to address the problem of housing costs – but most of the costs stem from costly and unnecessary state government regulations and nothing in SCA-2, SB9 or SB10 fixes that problem.
“Unfortunately, we are up against the California politicians and their government-subsidized housing developers will pour millions into trying to fool voters into approving SCA-2 and keeping SB9 and SB10.”
DeMaio urges individuals to join the campaign TODAY to defend local control on housing decisions by contributing and signing the petition for the Reform California campaign.