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We should be outraged at San Francisco's failed approach to the homelessness crisis. Decades of refusing to invest in affordable housing, forcing Black and Brown families out onto the streets, and now they want to scapegoat their residents for a crisis they started. Do better.
BREAKING: San Francisco criminalizes its unhoused residents when they have nowhere to go. They destroy unhoused people's property, including walkers & diabetes medication. This is a blatant violation of constitutional rights. So we're suing @LondonBreed, @SFPD & the City of SF
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Homelessness is hurting all of us. But the solutions are obvious: Provide housing that your lifelong residents can actually afford. SF has wasted taxpayer money on everything but solving that obvious problem. And we're all worse off. Just make housing affordable, @sfgov.
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Meanwhile, SF wants to brutalize unhoused people and steal their tents and blankets and pretend everything is fine. It's not fine. It's far from fine. And it's SF's fault. We need the public to lay the blame in the right place. Not vilify unhoused people, @LondonBreed
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Thousands of San Francisco residents are at risk of homelessness as they are being priced out of their neighborhoods. They are firefighters, veterans, art historians, authors, low-income youth, construction workers, teachers. They are all living one paycheck away.
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SF has brought its residents to the brink of financial ruin and has done nothing about it. We should understand that those choices hurt every one of us--wealthy or not. We are all paying the price. Meanwhile, the City's brutal criminalization is $$$ and makes homelessness worse.
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Grateful for the @TheCoalitionSF for leading this fight, and for all of our unhoused clients for elevating their stories. Read up about our case, know the facts, and demand better from our leaders. In the meantime, we will see SF in court. @ACLU_NorCal
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Didn’t Newsom say he would end homelessness in SF back in 2008? What happened?
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This is so awful and inhumane!
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Also invest in mental health solutions which is often the underlying cause
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