Feeding Bans In The United States

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45 million people in the United States live below the poverty line. That's about 14 percent of the population. Charities help donate food and money to the homeless, but laws in some major cities in the U.S have banned feeding the homeless or sharing food on public property. These laws are called feeding bans. First of all, feeding bans can have negative effects on society and can seem very unjust. Homeless people in cities may become very hungry in some cases. Additionally, charities can be fined, charged, and even arrested. These unfair laws can impact society in many ways. More than 20 activists got arrested in Orlando for sharing food on public property, and police also threatened to arrest members of a Church group for feeding

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