Please join hundreds of DC residents, and over 40 organizations and community leaders in telling DC Council to Vote No on the Homeless Services Reform Amendment Act
DC Council Says Costs of Helping Homeless People Too High As It Hands Over $82 Million to a Developer
They have one more chance to get it right for the constituents they represent when they have their final vote on December 5.
The bill runs contrary to DC’s commitment to be a progressive, human rights city that believes in equality and promotes civil and human rights principles.
If you participated in the last email action, thank you! Now, returning action-takers and first-timers can add their voices to tell the full DC Council to #VoteNoHSRABill, and spread the word!
The standard proposed by the Administration is quite different than any other recertification standard.