San Francisco’s housing shortage provokes class tensions

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July 03, 2014

The Wall Street Journal reports San Francisco voters approved a measure requiring a citywide vote for many large developments along the waterfront. This is a result of concerns that residents will be priced out of their city by the tech industry-driven housing demand, as developers tend to cater to higher-income residents.
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