New Rules Seen As Crackdown on Calif. Homeless
It has been a long time thought that what begins in California makes its way across the US. Will this be true of this newest "Last Class" citizen treatment of those who have no where else to go?
Below is a video story from the AP:
By Associated Press Videos, 08, October 2012
Several cities in California's Orange County have passed laws or policies that make daily living a struggle for the county's estimated 30,000 homeless people. The rules target bike storage, sleeping in parked cars and library use. (Oct. 8)