Should Housing Be a California Constitutional Right?

Assembly Constitutional Amendment 10 proposes to enshrine housing as a fundamental right in California's state constitution.
The amendment aims to address the housing crisis by providing a legal tool and ongoing obligation for the state.
It is to ensure access to permanent, stable homes for all individuals.
Public opinion supports affordable housing as a community responsibility, with a majority of Californians believing it should be guaranteed.
The proposed constitutional amendment requires the government to intervene in cases of zoning laws that hinder affordable housing construction.
It also creates obligations to regulate third-party profiteers and establish government policies and budgetary allocations.






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