Minister prevented from feeding homeless without permit from Health DepartmentPolice State USA
Mar. 31, 2014
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BIRMINGHAM, AL — Homeless people will have to go hungry if the government has its way in Birmingham. Without expensive permits and abiding by onerous regulations, simple acts of charity are prohibited, and police are standing ready to enforce these restrictions.