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California’s Affordable Housing Shortage Linked to Over-Population, Over-Immigration

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California leads the nation in having the most severely rent-burdened households,
defined by the U.S. Department Housing and Urban Development as families
that spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent. According to HUD,

Refugee Resettlement Declining, Helpful in Slowing U.S. Population Growth

U.S. Fertility at all-time low.
U.S. Fertility at all-time low.

World Population Review: California’s Population ‘Simply Huge’

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The World Population Review (WPR) recently released its latest California analysis.

A few takeaways and forecasts the study made follow. Some facts are well-known to demographers, but other predictions underline the importance of stabilizing California’s population.

Brown Signs Bills to Alleviate Affordable Housing Shortage; Mum on Population Growth

Brown and his entourage
Senate Pro Tem President Kevin de Leon Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti,
and others at Hunter’s Point, an impoverished, crime-ridden neighborhood
Sacramento legislator hopes to transform over the next decade into
an affordable housing units.

Here Come the Giga-Mansions; There Go California’s Magnificent Hillsides

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Home, Sweet, Home: 100,000-square-foot, $500 million monstrosity,
 latest Los Angeles trend. 

Frustrated New York Subway Riders Struggling with Over-Population Related Delays

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75,000 subway delays monthly, overpopulation contributes to one-third of them.

A U.S. with One Billion People ‘Would be Amazing’

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The Last Peach

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Population Growth, Sprawl Threaten California’s Crops.

Population Growth: Overlooked Cause of Astronomical Housing Costs in California

Telegraph Hill District of San Francisco
Astronomical:  the cost of housing in San Francisco
(Telegraph Hill District)

Three U.S. National Commissions Calling for Immigration Reductions and U.S. Population Stabilization

Emeritus professor of biology at San Diego State University, Fellow of AAAS, and president of Scientists and Environmentalists for Population Stabilization. Contact: hurlbert@mail.sdsu.edu.
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