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11/15/2004

Feeding the poor in Miami is now illegal

Don't even think about sharing any of that leftover Thanksgiving dinner with the homeless -- at least not in public.Exactly two weeks before holiday feasting begins, the Miami City Commission on Thursday may ban feeding the homeless on city property. Those who flout the law by offering a turkey leg or illegal spoonful of mashed potatoes to the needy could get a warning. After the 90-day moratorium, these scofflaws will be fined and could face arrest for repeatedly loitering or obstructing city streets.
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What kind of a nation are we if we can't help those in need?
This story proves that morality movement has a long way to go.

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