Tuesday, January 25, 2011

More Orlando tax money going to fight
against sharing food with the homeless

The City of Orlando will spend another $25,000 on an outside lawyer to argue over its "large-group feeding" ordinance in court.

The next hearing is scheduled for Feb. 15 before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta.

The Fox35 story is full of errors,* but you can read it here. The Orlando Weekly report (which I like better, of course) is harder to link to, but it's here if you just scroll down a little.

Just think about the positive things that could be done with the money.
* For example, the ordinance applies to groups of 25 (not 35) people and the required permits are limited to two per park per year (not two per group).


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