Changing the zoning rules in Connecticut was a heated issue for lawmakers this year. The proposed bills ignited a fierce debate over the development of more affordable housing in the state. Now the legislative session is over. Some bills didn’t make the cut. Others were approved, but not before heavy amendments. So will these new laws actually create more affordable housing units in the state?
A conversation with guests:
- Davis Dunavin, WSHU reporter and creator of the podcast Off The Path
- Sara Bronin, founder/lead organizer, Desegregate Connecticut
Erin Kemple, executive director, The Connecticut Fair Housing Center
The Full Story airs Friday at 7 p.m. on all WSHU frequencies.