That’s what it seems to boil down to. A Legal Services attorney is quoted as saying that “Missouri already has an extreme shortage of housing for people with low incomes. This legislation [hidden into H.B. 1606 on political subdivisions] will reduce access to housing and criminalize the unhoused in the middle of our affordable crisis.” See Public Citizen News September/October 2022 by Rhoda Feng.
…And I vowed to not get upset over politics, like how I felt over the disparity of negative responses to Biden’s September 1 speech in front of Independence Hall. On one hand he was “being too damn nice,” softening his statement about the “near fascism” of MAGA Republicans while on the other being vociferously accused of spreading hate for even mentioning it….And on January 1, 2023 it will be against the law to toss your tent or even lay your sleeping bag down on public land in Missouri, unless a Legal Services suit disempowers the law.
And I’m speechlessly puzzled (almost speechlessly, anyhow) ) that a self-professed Worshiper at Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) (1966–present) could state (share? accuse? report?) the following on Quora recently in an answer to the question “Trump looked very shaky and slurred his words badly in North Carolina recently. Is he unwell?” My answer, after pulishing but then sleeping on it, was…Changed my mind and deleted it. It’s difficult to be of two minds on things these days…: So solly–Guess I’ll have to wait until I sleep on my posts.