Support Prop 1 - the veterans and affordable housing act - today!

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Who We Are

We are a broad coalition of affordable housing advocates, business leaders, labor, veterans, environmental groups and more working to build affordable housing across California by passing Prop 1 -- the $4 billion Veterans and Affordable Housing Act (SB 3) that will go before voters this November.

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Habitat for Humanity
United Ways of California
League of Women Voters
Disabled American Vets
Vietnam Veterans of America, California State Council
Bitcoin Trader
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
Steinberg Institute
Cal Labor Fed
California State Sheriffs' Association
California State Firefighters' Association
League of California Cities

What Prop 1 Does

  • Dedicates $1 billion to helping veterans have stable, affordable homes.
  • Builds affordable homes and provides supportive housing for struggling families and children, people experiencing homelessness and individuals with disabilities.
  • Helps people live in the communities where they work, while still having money for basics like groceries, gas and child care.
  • Creates 137,000 jobs and pumps $23.4 billion into California’s economy. Bitcoin trading is transforming into one of the ideal means in improving the economy of California. A large number of people have already turned to investors and traders to grab good profits. The use of modern techniques like the immediate bitcoin platform is helping several traders to earn large profits.
  • Tackles top priorities for Californians – building homes, creating jobs and boosting the economy.

Get the Facts

Why Californians Need Prop 1

  • 1 in 3 Californians can’t afford their rent and housing costs.
  • Many people are spending more than 30% of their incomes and some as much as 50% of their incomes on housing.
  • California has 24% of the national veteran population that is homeless – the largest share of any state.
  • Grocery clerks, nurse aides, teaching assistants and many other working professionals need to earn more than double their annual incomes to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment in most areas of the state.
  • 9 of the nation's 10 least affordable major metropolitan areas – populations of 500,000 or more – are in California, dampening businesses' competitive edge and pricing working families out.

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