My wife is leaving teaching in Boise

What's absurd is how worked up you got over this (literally blew up my inbox). I acknowledged in my very first post that there are a number of legal hurdles, and areas that the Constitution restricts. Hi, welcome to making policy. It's why we have judicial review (particular in this state and some of the crap they try to pull).

My point is fairly basic: the supply side approach isn't working, hasn't worked, and won't work (at least until population starts declining). We need to figure out policy that addresses growth from the demand side, and give cities and states tools that they can use to moderate growth rates (most places do still want to grow, but maybe a more manageable 2% rather than 8-10% or more).

That was it. Then I suggested some approaches that might work. And then you went berserk.

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