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NLC to Host Webinar on Legal Obligations to the Homeless after Martin v. City of Boise

February 12, 2020
The National League of Cities (NLC) is hosting a webinar on Feb. 25 from 10-11 a.m. PST to discuss the impacts to local government from the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to not hear the case of Martin v. City of Boise.
 
The Supreme Court’s decision leaves intact the ruling from the Ninth Circuit, which concluded if a homeless person has no option to sleep indoors, a local government cannot cite him or her for violating an ordinance disallowing sleeping outside in a public space.
 
Attendees will learn what the Ninth Circuit ruling means for local governments of all sizes, inside and outside of the Ninth Circuit.
 
Webinar speakers will include:
  • Anna Joyce, Markowitz Herbold, Portland, Oregon
  • Harry Wilson, Markowitz Herbold, Portland, Oregon
  • Valerie Flores, City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
  • Steve Berg, National Alliance to End Homelessness, Washington D.C.
Register online.
 
Strategies for Addressing Homelessness
 
The League of California Cities hosted a webinar earlier this month, addressing how the Supreme Court’s decision on homelessness affects California communities.
 
The “Strategies for Addressing Homelessness: Policies and Enforcement Issues,” which the League hosted on Jan. 28, included an analysis of the Martin v. City of Boise decision and what that means for cities. For those who missed the webinar or would like to view it again, a recording is available online.


 
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