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The median home price in California has eclipsed the $ 800,000. State tenants are among the most expensive in the country. Every night, more than 100,000 residents sleep outside or in their cars. A crisis, a catastrophe, the religion of sorrow, a disgrace – whatever journalists and politicians name, people all over the state, including all the top gubernatorial candidates in the recall vote this week , agree that the situation is untenable.

The question is what, if anything, the governor can do about it. This is something Governor Gavin Newsom has spent the past three years talking about. And now that he has won a decisive victory in the recall election, which cost nearly $ 300 million and captured the attention of the state and governor for several months, Mr Newsom is once again looking to issues like housing.

In many ways, the response is different from what it was when he took office in 2019.