How Minneapolis became the first to end single-family zoning
Clip: 11/23/2019 | 10m 36s
To help address a housing shortage, Minneapolis became the first large American city to end single-family zoning, the rules that restrict certain neighborhoods to single-family homes. Now, buildings with up to three units can be built on any residential lot. Leaders hope this, and other plans, will add new units, create density and remedy segregation. NewsHour Weekend's Megan Thompson reports.
Aired: 11/23/19Video has closed captioning.
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