Charges in battle over Cranston panhandling ordinance dismissed

A yearslong legal battle over attempts by Rhode Island's second-largest city to ban panhandling is coming to a close with the dismissal of charges against six advocates for the homeless who were ticketed four years ago for protesting the ordinance that opponents said was unconstitutional. The cases against the advocates charged in Cranston in 2017…

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