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Supreme Court to consider whether local governments can make it a crime to sleep outside if no inside space is available

By Clare Pastore, Professor of the Practice of Law, University of Southern California
Legal precedents hold that criminalizing someone for their status, such as being homeless, is cruel and unusual punishment. But what if that status leads to actions like sleeping in public spaces?The Conversation

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