San Francisco homeless: New plan to clear tents off streets

Tent camps have become one of the most prominent and controversial symbols of San Francisco’s problem with homelessness.

The camps have sprung up along streets and under overpasses, swelling in some cases to 30 or 40 tents. They have divided opinion in a city which has seen an influx of well-paid tech workers in recent years but struggled to house its poorer citizens.

Now a new ballot measure, backed financially by tech investors and to be voted on by residents next month, is proposing to introduce laws against the tent camps.

Proposition Q would give the city the right to tear down camps and remove residents’ belongings.

This is how wealthy “Progressives” handle the Homeless. You can bet they’ll be voting Clinton

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