Nolan Gray is an Affiliated Scholar in the Urbanity Project at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. His research focuses on land-use regulation, housing affordability, and urban design. Gray's writing has appeared in Citylab, The Guardian, and Forbes. He is also a contributor to the Market Urbanism and Strong Towns blogs. Gray earned a Master of City and Regional Planning degree at Rutgers university and received BAs in philosophy and political science from the University of Kentucky. He is originally from Lexington, Kentucky.
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