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How to fix affordable housing in Texas, by Texans

At roundtable discussions in Dallas, Texans identified how expensive housing affects economic mobility and quality of life. And they came up with ideas on how policymakers can help residents.

New apartments being built in Dallas' Deep Ellum neighborhood in June 2018.

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Increase the minimum wage.

Let homeowners generate profit from their homes.

Attendees talk during the group discussion portion of The Texas Tribune event, "Blocked Out: A Conversation On Affordable Ho…

Latest in the series: Blocked Out

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“Identify the signs of gentrification before it happens.”

A diverse neighborhood is a healthy neighborhood.

Transportation costs – and commute times – count, too.

Attendees talk during the group discussion portion of The Texas Tribune event, "Blocked Out: A Conversation On Affordable Ho…

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