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There needs to be an accurate point-in-time count of people experiencing #homelessness in order for the federal government to realize the severity of the crisis. Thanks, @VillageLifeNews for covering the undercount that happens in most communities. https://t.co/17tEe1Hc7o

A must-read by @EricTars of the @NLCHPhomeless via the @washingtonpost! https://t.co/VA329vJOFg

We issued a press release expressing our alarm at the Trump administration’s #homelessness “crack down.” We’d like to see constructive alternatives, like #HousingNotHandcuffs. @caroline_mkelly @TellTheresa @donnalittlejohn @reporterliz @RachelFrazin https://t.co/kNEiqBICFo

Thank you to those reporters following the recent news of Trump’s #homelessness “crack down.” We hope as attention is drawn to the housing crisis, we will see constructive approaches advance instead of criminalization. @EOckerman @betsy_klein @kristoncapps @sarahsholder

This is appalling—taking everything from those already with so little. https://t.co/hhy5lNawam

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BREAKING: Earlier this week, the Washington Post reported that President Donald J. Trump ordered White House officials to launch a #sweeping effort to address homeless #encampments in CA.

“Simply razing encampments without ensuring adequate alternatives is not only inhumane, costly, and counterproductive, it would also violate fundamental constitutional rights,” said Maria Foscarinis, Executive Director of the Law Center.

To read our full press release, check out: nlchp.org/trump-administrations-plan-to-crack-down-on-homeless-encampments-raises-alarms/
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