Broward News

Fort Lauderdale Business Owners: We Back the City on Homeless Feeding Regulations

Although the issue of sharing food with the homeless is viral right now, when the TV news station vans drive off, the city's businesses in downtown will still be there.

Some-business owners like Robin Merrill from the Upper Room Art Gallery are taking their support for the new food sharing regulations to the Twitterverse. Before Planting Peace President Aaron Jackson popped up in front of City Hall with 30 pizzas yesterday, Merrill posted a status backing the city.

See also: Fort Lauderdale's Controversial Homeless Feeding Restrictions Spark National Outrage

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Dylan Bouscher
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