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Presidential candidates, as well as @NLCHPhomeless, have been advancing the #HousingIsAHumanRight framework. Legal Director @EricTars reminded us that though many people are coming to know and understand a #HumanRights framework, this concept is not new. https://t.co/EtpgE6numx

Elected officials targeting people experiencing homelessness don’t realize “…it ends up costing two to three times more to cycle them through jails than to just provide housing.” #Right2Housing #HousingNotHandcuffs https://t.co/4EBLqdbsJ8

Senior Attorney @GotNoPlace stated in @theappeal, “[Criminalizing homelessness] doesn’t help to reduce #homelessness and it doesn’t meet any of the purported policy goals behind those laws.” Check out our @HNHCampaign to learn more about working toward constructive solutions.

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News reports have suggested that the Dayton shooter may have been mentally ill, but Ohio’s psychiatric hospitals are filled to capacity with people charged with non-violent offenses who do not need to be there. Governor Mike DeWine wants to change that. https://t.co/udzGhvEUEw

“Four months ago, the Browns said, Sheehy-Guiseppi was sleeping outside a Miami gym after spending his last $200 on training.” He got a chance to move on from his homelessness. Many do not. #Right2Housing @NFL @Browns @CNNHeroes @GKinder https://t.co/ScT4IAtb28

BREAKING: The @realDonaldTrump administration’s #PublicCharge rule uses fear to harm immigrant families and increases their risk of homelessness. Check out the Law Center’s press release to learn more: https://t.co/QHRr7bEB0J

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