Does ‘Homeless Bill of Rights’ need an update?

Rhode Island’s adoption of a “Homeless Bill of Rights” may have won state leaders praise when it was passed in 2012, but the weakness of the law was exposed when an encampment of people without homes was removed from Statehouse grounds last month, advocates for the unhoused say. The homeless bill of rights was seen…

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