PBS News Weekend

Season 12, Episode 41 of 99

Minneapolis was the first large city to eliminate decades-old rules. With many big U.S. cities facing housing shortages, some are now considering changing decades-old zoning laws that protect districts with only single-family homes. Last year, Minneapolis, Minnesota, became the first large city to completely eliminate single-family zoning, as part of a larger plan to address its housing shortfall. NewsHour Weekend's Megan Thompson reports.

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