Johnson v. Grants Pass

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Johnson v. Grants Pass is a landmark Supreme Court case that holds immense significance for the rights of people experiencing homelessness across the United States. At its core, Grants Pass will decide whether cities are allowed to punish people for things like sleeping outside with a pillow or blanket—even when there are no safe shelter options—posing potentially great risk to the 250,000 Americans who sleep outside on any given night.
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