We are at the dawn of the urban century. More Americans are living in cities than ever before. And yet, while recent years have brought about an urban renaissance in America, we are doing everything we can to turn off the lights. In this Common Good interview, Michael Hendrix–Senior Director for Emerging Issues and Research at the US Chamber of Commerce–describes why expensive housing, costly regulations, and poor governance call out for a new urban agenda. Read his monograph on the topic at this link.