Homeless camp cleared at Union Station: ‘We don’t have nowhere to go’

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from The Washington Post,

Wednesday’s removal of the Columbus Circle encampment signaled to many advocates and homeless Washingtonians that the clearings were back on, after a long pause. The District stops the removals during cold-weather months, starting Nov. 1, and pandemic-related guidance from the federal government had for the past two years advised agencies such as the Park Service to allow people to stay put, rather than forcing them to move to potentially less safe environments or crowded indoor shelters.

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