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Anti-Occupy law penalizes the state's homeless.

When the Tennessee legislature moved to push Occupy Nashville off of Legislative Plaza earlier this year, they inadvertently threatened the homeless. Passed in late January and put into effect on March 9th, Senate Bill 2508 was designed to force Occupiers from their…

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