In a city where poverty rates are at historic highs, the homeless population living in tents along the sidewalks could soon be forced to leave.
A collection of so-called 'tent cities' have sprouted up in San Francisco and nearby areas, with a single street housing as many as 250 people. But the tents they stay in could be taken by police and they'd be forced to leave within 24 hours, if a new law passes this November.
Sequoia Capital Chairman Michael Moritz and angel investor Ron Conway have donated to San Francisco's Proposition Q: if passed, "the city would give residents of tent encampments 24 hours’ notice to relocate to a shelter or accept a...
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California's Silicon Valley is a microcosm of America's new extremes of wealth and poverty. Facebook, Google, and Apple have minted hundreds of new tech millionaires. But not far away, the homeless are building tent cities along a c...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A city deadline for homeless people to vacate a San Francisco tent city came and went Friday evening with no action.