Sonja Trauss

San Francisco Bay Area Renters' Foundation

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Sonja Trauss is founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Renters' Foundation.

Sonja Trauss on KCRW

Sonja Trauss, YIMBY activist and candidate for San Francisco District 6 Supervisor 
 Last week Governor Jerry Brown signed 15 bills intended to enable the construction of new housing…

YIMBY activist Sonja Trauss runs for office

Sonja Trauss, YIMBY activist and candidate for San Francisco District 6 Supervisor Last week Governor Jerry Brown signed 15 bills intended to enable the construction of new housing…

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We've all heard of NIMBYs: people who oppose growth because they don't want their neighborhoods to change.

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We've all heard of NIMBYs: people who oppose growth because they don't want their neighborhoods to change.

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