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New York State stands apart from essentially all our peer states in the Northeast and on the West Coast in having no state legislation to guard against local exclusionary zoning. As New York considers ways to reduce segregation, increase affordability, stimulate the economy and protect the climate, the time may be right for New York State to rethink its land use system. To better inform a conversation about the options for statewide zoning reform and what works, this panel brings together experts and advocates from states that have recently considered or moved forward with reforms: California, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Oregon.