http://civilliberty.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?zi=1/XJ&sdn=civilliberty&zu=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lasvegassun.com%2Fsunbin%2Fstories%2Fnevada%2F2006%2Fjul%2F20%2F072010285.html A 3-part stuggle between the homeless, poor and businesses. I would think our society could do better than this. Though not perfect, the city of Providence, RI has tried to help these people in areas outside the center of the city but close to it. Like I said, not perfect but there has been money spent to improve how these people are helped as opposed to the banning of helping them. This is John Edwards main issue if he runs for President...it's my main issue also...one of the biggest reasons I like him. Myself...i had what I thought was a good idea and I never even received a response from my local leaders. My idea, was that for every new project, every new building, $$$ should be earmarked to improve facilities for the poor. Like adding room for beds, increasing food supplies or remodeling kitchens to cook more food. Many of these people make money using tax breaks and such. so they could use their tax break money to get additional tax breaks on money that was never theirs anyways in many cases. A civilized society lives in fraud if that society cannot force the $$$ makers to do the right thing. No project, building anything that requires something being built gets going without the right signatures. If these people want the poor moved elsewhere then I say make that somewhere else better than what they have now...and I'm sure they would gladly go to those places. If they are still in the central city somewhere and there is adequate Public Transportation.