AB 5 not the ‘hand up’ homeless people need
“This bill, which even its author, Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, concedes is “aspirational,” would impose unfunded mandates upon cities while adding homelessness to a listing of protected classes. Under the bill, “life-sustaining activities that must be carried out in public spaces because of homelessness,” such as eating, urinating, amassing possessions and collecting trash to recycle, would be protected. The bill is silent as to the rights of residents, businesses and taxpayers to clean streets and safe, habitable neighborhoods.” Read more here. (UT San Diego, April 9, 2013).
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