This piece gets right to the point by saying that the problem with housing is a lack of supply and increasing demand. The author suggests there are things state and local governments should and should not do if they want to increase supply. First, he explains, they should prevent inclusionary zoning, which discourages production by essentially adding a tax on developers. And when such housing is built, the tenants end up paying the fees via higher rents, resulting in local residents funding federal projects. Also, he asserts we should treat vouchers like cash so people can use them where they already live and use public funds to match them. It makes no sense to force people out of their homes to find a place that accepts vouchers.