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City passes bill on homeless residency requirement 

Last month, the DC City Council passed a measure that would require homeless people, beginning in March 2011, to provide proof that they have recently been a resident of the city. Here's a brief summary from examiner.com and has generated some heated debate. Read what the blog for the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless says about it.

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