Report: D.C. Begins Clearing Out Homeless Encampments in National Parks

Posted on AllSides December 21st, 2022
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The National Park Service is finally enforcing its "no-camping regulation" in Washington, D.C., after years of ignoring homeless tent cities on federal land, The Spectator reported Tuesday.

According to the outlet, the NPS will work with local social services to clear out all encampments on national park land by the end of 2023, providing drug treatments, mental health care, and housing for those in need.

Fox News noted that park service cleared tent cities over the past month in McPherson Square and Scott Circle, with Union Station receiving attention from the federal agency before...

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