Lawsuit challenges anti-homeless, anti-free speech Albuquerque ordinance

Lawsuit challenges anti-homeless, anti-free speech Albuquerque ordinance

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Albuquerque has tried to criminalize homelessness with an ordinance passed in November 2017 that prohibits interactions between drivers and pedestrians who are on medians and freeway entrances, including panhandling. The New Mexico ACLU has filed a lawsuit against Albuquerque in federal court. Marissa Sanchez, an activist with Act Now to Stop War and End Racism and a plaintiff in the case, joins the show.

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