A day after California’s Attorney General warned the City of Huntington Beach not to enact any new zoning laws blocking builder’s remedy housing projects, the Huntington Beach Planning Commission voted this week to approve a measure to ban building applications for builder’s remedy projects.

“We’re drawing a line in the sand. It just sends a clear message to developers to not even try,” Michael Gates, the city attorney in Huntington Beach said when the measure was approved.

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