California City Considering Ban on Feeding the Homeless
Article from Fox News by Barnini Chakraborty.
A California city is considering a controversial measure that would limit the places where the homeless can get food.
If passed, handing out food in Lancaster would be banned on public streets, sidewalks, parking lots and other city-owned property.
Supporters say the measure will cut down on trash and public nuisance, but critics claim it will make it harder to feed the homeless and could even put their lives in jeopardy.
Lancaster Mayor Rex Parris and homeless advocates faced off in a contentious meeting Tuesday night that at times broke down into shouting matches.
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