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Supreme Court appears likely to let cities crack down on homelessness

  • Major cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles may be impacted by a court ruling due to high homelessness rates and many people living on the streets.
  • People sleeping in parks and public spaces were fined $295 by police under ordinances, which could increase to over $500 if not paid.
  • People facing homelessness in major cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles could be affected by court decisions regarding fines for sleeping in public spaces.
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