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What the 9th Circuit actually said about criminalizing homelessness

Last week there was a lot of press coverage, much of it inaccurate, regarding a ruling from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals related to whether cities can make it a criminal offense to “camp” or sleep on public property.

Here’s what the ruling actually says, and what it means.

 

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