by Joey Garrison , USA Today Network - Tennessee - A landmark Nashville ordinance passed last year to spur more
workforce housing in new residential development faces the threat of
repeal this year in the Tennessee General Assembly.
House Republican Majority Leader Glen Casada and Sen. Ferrell Haile, R-Gallatin, introduced legislation Thursday that singles out the Nashville law. It would outlaw local governments from requiring that developers include below-market rate units in exchange for greater development rights.(link)