Virginia groups worry over Supreme Court case that could allow localities to criminalize homelessness

The Supreme Court is expected to rule this week on a case that will determine whether localities across the country can criminalize sleeping in public — even when shelters are unavailable and homeless individuals have nowhere else to go. Advocates who work with the local homeless population and on housing issues in Virginia are anxiously awaiting a decision, concerned about the potential reverberating effects.

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