Over the past decade, Huntsville housing costs have soared in large part because our population has grown a lot faster than our housing stock. Adding dense, abundant, affordable new housing will not only make Huntsville families more economically secure, but will reduce homelessness, poverty, and racial and economic inequality. It will improve our public health and environment. And it will boost innovation, economic growth, and economic mobility. New housing is simply the highest leverage way to make Huntsville a better place to live, for everyone. The main impediment to new housing isn’t geography or technology. It’s politics. Join the movement to solve the most important problem in local politics today.