National Coalition for the Homeless
“I’m not worried about jail,” he said. "I’m only concerned if the food will get to the mouths of the hungry."
Fort Lauderdale recently enacted a city ordinance banning public food sharing, part of a growing trend nationwide of cities attempting to crack down on the homeless.
The disturbing killing of two homeless men in New Mexico, allegedly by teens with cinder blocks, indicate dysfunctional community relations.
An upcoming report details new restrictions in 33 US cities that were passed during the past year alone.