Lawmakers to tour state, push affordable housing 

The Arizona Department of Housing estimated last year that the state needs 270,000 new residences to keep up with demand. 

By Camryn Sanchez | Arizona Capitol Times  

Multi-family homes are under construction. A new legislative committee is planning to tackle the affordable housing crisis, saying zoning laws and community pushback are major barriers to building residences that meet residents’ needs.

A new legislative committee is planning to tackle the affordable housing crisis, saying zoning laws and community pushback are major barriers to building residences that meet local needs. 

The Housing Supply and Study Committee, which has representatives from the House and Senate and both parties, met for the first time earlier this week with the goal of addressing all housing problems in Arizona and examining solutions. All members across party lines appeared to agree that Arizona has a supply problem with too many residents and not enough housing for them. 

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