The City of Las Vegas unanimously passed a law, which states that no one can share food with the homeless. However, a federal judge granted an injunction and the ACLU has become involved citing equal protection under the law.
Gail Sacco shares meals with about 500 homeless people per week. It’s privately funded, with many of the funds provided by Gail herself. She has been cited for this 3 times and has been told she needs to obtain a permit for having an event for 25 or more people, even though the permits cost $75 a day.
We learn about who’s fighting the ruling, where it stands now and what will happen to the homeless community if it remains intact.
Read a Las Vegas Revew-Journal article about the new law.
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