Slidell has told a judge it won’t enforce its law requiring people who ask for money at traffic intersections to get panhandling permits after the American Civil Liberties Union and three panhandlers filed a lawsuit last month.
Slidell has told a judge it won’t enforce its law requiring people who ask for money at traffic intersections to get panhandling permits after the American Civil Liberties Union and three panhandlers filed a lawsuit last month. Janet Hostetter AP File
Slidell has told a judge it won’t enforce its law requiring people who ask for money at traffic intersections to get panhandling permits after the American Civil Liberties Union and three panhandlers filed a lawsuit last month. Janet Hostetter AP File

Slidell wanted to force panhandlers to wear permits on their chest

January 12, 2017 4:56 PM