Major American Cities Now Ban Feeding Homeless
While Barack Obama and his administration tout the lies of his “hope and change” agenda and the alleged growth of the economy, many Americans have found themselves homeless and unemployed. Obviously many have been that way for some time. However, helping those who were homeless by providing shelter for them or food is now becoming outlawed in several major U. S. cities.
For instance, in Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter is banning feeding the homeless in certain areas of the city where they gather.
The Huffington Post reported on activists who defied a city ordinance against feeding the homeless and were subsequently arrested.
Chron.com reported that Houston banned a group of Christians from feeding the homeless and on top of that said they would not be granetd a permit to do so, even if they applied for one.Dallas had also passed laws which restricts both individuals and ministries from providing food to the homeless.
Las Vegas was the first major city to pass a law that specifically banned feeding the homeless.
Finally, New York City banned all food donations to government-run homeless shelters because they claim the food is just not “nutritious” enough.
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