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Countering Criminalization: Constitutional Challenges Under the First Amendment – Freedom of Speech

This is the part two of our Countering Criminalization blog series, examining Constitutional Challenges and Constructive Alternatives to the criminalization of homelessness. In some cities, homeless people are fined and even arrested for sitting or lying down in public spaces, … Continue reading

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Countering Criminalization: Constitutional Challenges and Constructive Alternatives to Ineffective, Expensive, and Illegal Public Policies

Homelessness is an ongoing crisis in the U.S., affecting upwards of 3 million Americans every year, and plaguing communities from coast to coast. At the core of this crisis is a nationwide lack of affordable housing. Adequate affordable housing units … Continue reading

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