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Wow, mapping it to the median income is really interesting. And by the way, Texas' is so high because of how ridiculously regressive their system is.
Remember the time a Chinese spokesperson said that Taiwan's Chinese restaurants proved they should be part of China?
• Thread explaining the difference between requiring "skilled and trained" vs a "prevailing wage" in homebuilding regulations. TL;DR: a limited set of union workers vs paying people as much as a union worker would get.
• Thread explaining why people think that SF's city charter requires discressionary review of every permit. TL;DR: 1970s public was very anti-growth, and the city attorney and state judges were willing to play along