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DC is officially clearing out its homeless tent cities

20 December 2022

1:52 PM

20 December 2022

1:52 PM

After years of neglect, it seems federal and city officials are finally removing the homeless encampments littered across Washington, DC.

Earlier this year, homeless people were cleared from areas outside of Union Station ahead of President Joe Biden’s address to the nation from the historic train hall and bus depot. Within the past month, the National Park Service also cleared encampments from McPherson Square and Scott Circle.

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