Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The 10 most ridiculous anti-homeless laws

Over at the Bring America Home Blog, the folks at the National Coalition for the Homeless are counting down their choices for the ten most ridiculous anti-homeless laws/actions.

Sarasota gets two spots in the second five: Number 8 for its smoking ban and Number 6 for its removal of benches.

Number 10 is many more cities across America (including Orlando) are installing converted parking meters to collect donations for homeless service organizations.

The top five will be announced next week. The list is a preview of NCH's upcoming report on the criminalization of homelessness. The report also will rank the nation’s ten “meanest” cities.

Read the post here.

Anybody want to bet against Orlando's "large-group feeding" ordinance making the top five?


At 10:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

we as a society have yet to get to the point where we care about our people at home rather than the world at large. we need to stop spending our money in foreign lands abd help those in our own neighborhoods.

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