Monday, March 28, 2011

Activists still fight to eliminate meal limit
for Gainesville homeless

The Independent Florida Alligator takes a look at the dispute over the legal number of meals Gainesville soup kitchens can give out every day. It's a long-running disagreement in which supporters have drawn lines in concrete, where city commissioners are called uncaring and a soup kitchen owner is seen as irresponsible and victimized, depending on who you talk to.

St. Francis House, at the center of the dispute, is asking for a change to a three-hour time limit instead of the current 130-meal limit.

Read the Alligator article here.


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