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California governor signs into law measure to fight housing crisis

California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed legislation aimed at combating the state’s housing crisis by expanding housing production and aiming to streamline housing approvals. Newsom’s office said on Thursday California will put $1.75 billion into what his administration is calling a new California Housing Accelerator, which he claimed will accelerate building 6,500 affordable multi-family units that were stalled for lack of tax-exempt bonds and low-income housing tax credits. “Governor Newsom’s California Comeback Plan will lead to over 84,000 new housing units and exits from homelessness, including today’s announcement of $1.75 billion in affordable housing funding for the new California Housing Accelerator”, his office said in a statement.