Thanks Ron, I was not aware of this law in SC.Maybe it's not in California, but it certainly is an issue here in the south. You don't have a viable home, you're not getting released on probation. If you're not still living where you are supposed to be, you're going to get violated and likely terminated. In fact, in both Carolinas, being homeless is a crime in it's own right (though not very much enforced outside of certain areas, we have an ongoing battle between the state/county here and the mayer and PD of one city that keeps sending the homeless into the criminal system).
I have many times fed the homeless. Just learned yesterday that this is also illegal! Sad.
I volunteer for a reli
gious organisation that feeds poor people. The director told me I personally yesterday me feeding a homeless person
I was shocked!