California Senate Bill 827

California Senate Bill 827

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California Senate Bill 827 was a proposed California bill that would have reduced local control of land zoning near public transit stations. The bill was introduced by Senator Scott Wiener in January 2018 and would have applied to areas within one-half-mile (0.8 km) of frequent transit corridors, including rail stations and bus routes. The bill was written in response to an ongoing housing affordability crisis in California's largest urban areas and was opposed by local governments and anti-gentrification activists.

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