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Spokane Put Boulders on I-90 to Deter Homeless

Following significant blowback against the city's action dumping tons of boulders under Interstate 90 to stop homeless campers, Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart is now calling for a "tent city" in Spokane.... On both his personal and political Facebook pages, he wrote that he "reacted to legitimate safety concerns," but regretted choosing "an expedient and strong-armed solution instead of the collaborative and holistic approach.
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