Mitch Trumpp, co-owner of Second Life Studios, checks some of the work inside a tiny house he was helping build in Kansas City in 2015. Some people are moving into tiny homes to encourage communal living and reduce the importance of possessions.
Mitch Trumpp, co-owner of Second Life Studios, checks some of the work inside a tiny house he was helping build in Kansas City in 2015. Some people are moving into tiny homes to encourage communal living and reduce the importance of possessions. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Mitch Trumpp, co-owner of Second Life Studios, checks some of the work inside a tiny house he was helping build in Kansas City in 2015. Some people are moving into tiny homes to encourage communal living and reduce the importance of possessions. ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

Lawmaker seeks to shrink building codes to fit tiny homes

February 20, 2017 7:00 AM