Currently, California Attorney General Robert Bonta and his band of merry attorneys seeks to enforce the RHNA housing laws for the State's 58 counties.
This is despite the fact that the State Finance committee has seen fit to downgrade the necessary amount of affordable housing that might be needed by 2031.
This is despite the fact that the State Auditor has exclaimed that the method used by RHNA to calculate so called needed housing is flawed.
This is despite the fact that the original number used by RHNA was dropped from 3.5 million to 2.5 million without explanation.
An Attorney General with a bent for preserving the lawful good in California should seek to remedy the over $32 billion in EDD COVID fraud by finding those people who used fraudulent names (including those of convicted felons) to illegally collect EDD COVID benefits.
Fighting against your tax payers in order to enforce a flawed RHNA housing process is like building a fishing net that only lets the big ones like EDD covid fraud slip through.
Concentrating on a flawed RHNA system is a waste of your task force's money.