Cleveland settles ACLU lawsuit filed over repealed panhandling laws
The city of Cleveland agreed to pay $29,000 to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of a panhandler and the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless over laws that placed restrictions on where people could beg for money. The city agreed in November to pay Mancini and the homeless advocacy group to dismiss the case without admitting any wrongdoing.
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#1 Jan 3, 2018
panhandlers should be shot on sight
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