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It costs taxpayers $31,065 a year to criminalize a single person suffering from homelessness — through enforcement of unconstitutional anti-panhandling laws, hostile architecture, police raids of homeless encampments, and just general harassment. The cost of providing them supportive housing — $10,051 per year.
Multiple reports over the course of the decade have said the cost of criminalizing homelessness surpasses what the cost of housing and helping these people would be. Florida, though, continues to be guilty of putting vast amounts of tax dollars towards this criminalization.
A Guantanamo Connection? Documents Show CIA Stockpiled Antimalaria Drugs as "Incapacitating Agents" - Truthout
Highlighting Disability / Poverty Connection, NCD Urges Congress to Alter Federal Policies that Disadvantage People with Disabilities | NCD.gov
Korean War Commanding General admits U.S. engaged in Nazi-like war crimes | by Jeffrey Kaye | Medium
Secret Report: US Military Approved Offensive Use of Biological Warfare on Enemy Agriculture in… | by Jeffrey Kaye | Medium
the Pentagon only managed to account for 39 percent of its $3.5 trillion in assets