A man and his dog sit on the sidewalk in Salt Lake City. In an effort to discourage panhandling, the city recently put up billboards urging people to give money to organizations that help homeless people instead. Sacramento is considering a more direct approach, banning aggressive begging outright near ATMs and intersections.
A man and his dog sit on the sidewalk in Salt Lake City. In an effort to discourage panhandling, the city recently put up billboards urging people to give money to organizations that help homeless people instead. Sacramento is considering a more direct approach, banning aggressive begging outright near ATMs and intersections. Rick Egan Associated Press
A man and his dog sit on the sidewalk in Salt Lake City. In an effort to discourage panhandling, the city recently put up billboards urging people to give money to organizations that help homeless people instead. Sacramento is considering a more direct approach, banning aggressive begging outright near ATMs and intersections. Rick Egan Associated Press

If Sacramento must take on ‘aggressive panhandling,’ then do it this way

August 11, 2017 07:00 AM

UPDATED August 12, 2017 09:37 PM

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