Julie Spezia

Executive Director of Housing California

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Executive Director of Housing California, Sacramento advocate on housing and budget policy for homeless and low-income people; Prop. 1C board member

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More and more Californians can't afford to live here any more, but there's heated debate about what to do.

Proposition 1C: Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2006

More and more Californians can't afford to live here any more, but there's heated debate about what to do.

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