Austin is one of the most liberal cities in Texas and like many other left wing cities, they have a serious homeless problem.
The city council just ruled that from now on, homeless people will be allowed to camp out on sidewalks.
But not in front of city hall.
The Statesman reports:
Camping comes to Austin public spaces — but not at City Hall
After emotional testimony last week regarding homelessness in Austin, City Council members rescinded prohibitions on camping on public property. Starting Monday, so long as they are not presenting a hazard or danger, people will be able to sleep, lie and set up tents on city-owned sidewalks, plazas and vacant non-park space.
Except, not in front of City Hall itself.
Read the full story from American Lookout
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