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Tech investors are backing a law to ban homeless camps in San Francisco

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.
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