California Governor Says State Will Intervene in Federal Case Protecting Homeless

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California Governor , Says State Will Intervene in , Federal Case Protecting Homeless .
On September 12, California Governor Gavin Newsom said
that the state will move ahead with clearing homeless
encampments despite an ongoing federal court case. .
On September 12, California Governor Gavin Newsom said
that the state will move ahead with clearing homeless
encampments despite an ongoing federal court case. .
Fox News reports that the case
has barred San Francisco from taking action
until more shelter beds are made available.
Newsom has accused the judge overseeing
the case of going too far in preventing
the state from tackling a serious problem.
Newsom has accused the judge overseeing
the case of going too far in preventing
the state from tackling a serious problem.
I hope this goes to the Supreme Court.
And that’s a hell of a statement
coming from a progressive Democrat, Gavin Newsom, California Governor, via Fox News.
Newsom revealed his administration's plan
to file an amicus brief to overturn the ruling
in an interview with Politico.
Newsom revealed his administration's plan
to file an amicus brief to overturn the ruling
in an interview with Politico.
Advocates for the rights of homeless people argue
that the city has been clearing encampments
without offering alternative shelters. .
Advocates also accuse the city of
throwing out peoples' belongings,
including cellphones and medications.
Fox News reports that nearly one-third of all
homeless people in the U.S. are in California. .
People’s lives are at risk; it’s
unacceptable what’s happening
on the streets and sidewalks, Gavin Newsom, California Governor, via Fox News.
We’re now complicit, all of us,
at all levels of government and
all branches of government, Gavin Newsom, California Governor, via Fox News

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