L.A. Pays Homeless $645,000 to Settle Skid Row Property Rights Case


Published on Jun 7, 2019

The city of Los Angeles agrees to pay $645,000 to settle a lawsuit that claimed L.A. sanitation workers stole or destroyed property of homeless people during periodic clean-up efforts in the city’s sprawling Skid Row area. Do homeless people have a Constitutional right to squat on public property, stockpile pallets, refrigerators and other scavenged items, and generally drag down property values and tourist appeal? Bill Whittle Now deals with the news of the day from a foundation of conservative principles five times each week. If you enjoyed this, you’re the kind of person who becomes a producer of this — and 47 other shows each month. Join us today at https://BillWhittle.com/register/

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