A lawsuit is threatening to derail Sacramento's master plan for its homeless crisis, according to the Sacramento Bee. The lawsuit claims the city skirted an environmental review and that the shelter under the WX Freeway puts the homeless at risk for air pollution. The city's $100 million plan approved by the city council last month, includes 20 sites for shelters and tiny homes.
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Finding space in your budget to save and invest isn't easy for everyone. In fact, a recent GOBankingRates survey found that 40% of Americans have less than $300 in savings. As such, plenty of...
Steps away from a cot tucked under a tarp, David Graves, 42, smoked a cigarette and prepared to leave a homeless encampment near Union Station late last week. On Friday morning, the National Park Service enclosed the small park with a fence after asking roughly ten people experiencing homelessness, including Graves, to leave.Why it matters: Homeless encampments have been in the spotlight in recent months as both local and federal entities in D.C. resume clearing them. Stay on top of the latest m
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Personalities of Pittsburgh: Linda Metropulos is helping create a place where those experiencing homelessness can get help
Linda Metropulos is the board chair of Second Avenue Commons, a new homeless facility on the edge of downtown.
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