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Man arrested for feeding the homeless
Though LA's three trips to the 9th Circuit stand out, similar laws have been at issue across the United States.And they're on the rise. In a July study examining 187 U.S. cities, the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty, based in Washington, D.C., found a 119 percent increase since 2011 in city bans on sleeping in vehicles. The NLCHP also found a 25 percent increase in citywide laws against begging, a 60 percent increase in citywide camping bans and a 35 percent increase in citywide loitering or vagrancy laws. This doesn't count laws that apply only to a specific district.Similarly, Michael Stoops of the National Coalition for the Homeless says 53 cities had enacted or considered restrictions on feeding the homeless between January of 2013 and this past June. Over the last decade, Albuquerque, Dallas, Las Vegas, Orlando and Philadelphia have all been sued over feeding restrictions. (Los Angeles proposed such a law this year, but ultimately took no action.)Jeremy Rosen, … [Read more...] about Cities get mired in civil rights disputes in trying to deal with growing homeless populations
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Tight housing market Even before the Camp Fire, the region’s housing market was tight, with a low vacancy rate that made it difficult for low-income residents to find housing, according to Sarah Thomas, a program manager at Chico Housing Action Team, or CHAT, a local nonprofit that works to house the homeless. … [Read more...] about Displaced by Camp Fire, they’ve been through ‘hell.’ As last shelter closes, where will they go?
Tight housing market Even before the Camp Fire, the region’s housing market was tight, with a low vacancy rate that made it difficult for low-income residents to find housing, according to Sarah Thomas, a program manager at Chico Housing Action Team, or CHAT, a local nonprofit that works to house the homeless. … [Read more...] about Camp Fire victims have been through ‘hell.’ As last shelter closes, where will they go?