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Judge Orders Homeless People Living Under Freeways To Be Relocated

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L.A. City and County must move homeless people away from freeway encampments and into shelters or alternative sites instead, according to a landmark new ruling that goes into effect on May 22.

It's been handed down by Judge David O. Carter, as part of a lawsuit that accuses local government of neglecting the homelessness crisis in the region.

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