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Supreme Court decision on homeless case is a blow to cities wanting more policing powers

LOS ANGELES - For communities across the West hoping to gain some legal leeway to deal differently with homeless people sleeping on their streets, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday dealt them a setback that, at least for now, maintains the status quo.

The high court declined to hear a landmark case on homelessness,

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