Monthly Archives: March 2012

Law Center Spurs Human Rights Breakthrough in Sacramento

The Law Center and its local allies have achieved an important milestone on behalf of homeless campers in Sacramento. For well over a year, campers have been forced to transport bags full of waste on a bicycle to a public … Continue reading

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Voter Suppression Pandemic Continues

Audio: NLCHP’s Andy Beres discusses voter suppression on the Rick Smith Show on March 8, 2012. Last Friday, the Law Center amended its lawsuit challenging Wisconsin’s voter ID law to include charges that it illegally blocks minorities and veterans from … Continue reading

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Homeless children shouldn’t be kicked out of school

Across the country, children are being kicked out of school when they become homeless. It’s not something you hear talked about much.  Maybe that’s because homelessness in general is ignored in our public discourse.  This may even be the first … Continue reading

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