N.Y. city council fights shelter policy in court

01/23/2013 | Daily News (New York)

The New York City Council has taken the mayor's administration to court over a policy that the council says will cause more homeless residents to sleep on the streets. The policy tightens rules on who can stay at a homeless shelter, requiring that single adults prove they have nowhere else to go.

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