'Catastrophic:' Chronic homelessness in LA County expected to skyrocket by 86% in next 4 years

nyone has the right to build s tent and live in it in a public forum. Here is the precedent in law:

In the 1972 case Grayned v. City of Rockford, the Supreme Court found that "The nature of a place, the pattern of its normal activities, dictate the kinds of regulations of time, place, and manner that are reasonable." In determining what is reasonable, the Court stated that "[the] crucial question is whether the manner of expression is basically incompatible with the normal activity of a particular place at a particular time." Thus, protesters have the right to march in support of a cause, but not on a public beach during the middle of the day with bullhorns.

I'd love to see what the current SCOTUS thinks of that ruling. The times have changed and this issue needs to be resolved and the new court wont give a damn. Fast track this!

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