November 2015 was an important month for law student Matthew Charles Cardinale: A bill he had drafted as an independent study project passed the Atlanta City Council by unanimous vote. After working on housing issues in Atlanta for eight years, Cardinale was keenly aware of how many people struggle to find affordable places to live, and he believed his proposal offered a solution: affordable housing impact statements.
Just as environmental impact statements assess the consequences of potential...
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