Portland Considers “Mandatory Rest Spaces” For The Homeless On Private Property


Portland is a strange place. One can already be fined thousands of dollars for cutting down a bush in one’s own yard. Now the city wants property owners to house the homeless on their property.

(From Hot Air)

One idea that’s now being floated is to change the building codes so that all new structures (including private property, not just government buildings) include spaces for people to “rest” and “feel welcome and safe.” This understandably has prospective property owners concerned, since the wording is all quite vague and suggests that they will be forced to allow the homeless to camp in and around their buildings.

Reprinted from: https://www.ac2news.com/2019/12/portland-considers-mandatory-rest-spaces-for-the-homeless-on-private-property/

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