Daniel T. Mollenkamp

Daniel T. Mollenkamp

Daniel is a freelance journalist and researcher with experience on the ground in Africa, Europe, and the U.S. He's been previously published in The Christian Science Monitor, Investopedia, newspapers across the US, and international policy-focused trade journals. He's covered a broad range of topics including inequality, foreign affairs, health policy, and the platform economy. He holds a BA in government from the College of William and Mary.

Houses in East Nashville. (Photo: John Partipilo)

Experts probe zoning rules effect on inequality, housing availability in Tennessee

By: - November 1, 2021

As zoning experts across the country look for a way to increase affordable housing and to redress historical inequalities, they have turned their attention on single-family zoning, a type of rule that only allows single-family detached homes to be built on a property.  Zoning rules date back to the 19th century, and they’re intimately connected […]