Court rules church may let homeless sleep on steps

Donovan, Gill
July 2002
National Catholic Reporter;7/5/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 33, p8
Reports that a federal appeals court on June 12, 2002 has ruled in favor of a New York church that has permitted homeless persons to sleep undisturbed on its steps. Decision in favor of the Church's policy; Overview of the lawsuit filed by the church against the city police.


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