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To save affordable housing, new law prioritizes nonprofits buying buildings.
Meet Curtis, a High School teacher, and Riley, a tech gig worker, in their micro-unit in San Francisco. They've just received a rent increase and need to figure out how to keep their growing family in the City. CLICK ON THE TITLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE!

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