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Affordable housing advocates say that implementing inclusionary zoning policies could be a fix

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Affordable housing has been a decades-long struggle in Boston, and the 2020 Greater Boston Housing Report Card says the coronavirus pandemic only made it worse.

Experts believe inclusionary development policies, such as mandating low-cost housing units, may be crucial in making housing more accessible to low and moderate-income Bostonians while increasing the accessibility of health-beneficial resources to those populations.

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