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At Least 25,000 People In Texas Suffer Homelessness. Here's What We Know About Texans Without Homes.

Austin leaders and state officials for months have sparred over how to manage homelessness and support Texans without homes . After the Austin City Council softened its regulations on panhandling, sitting and sleeping in public areas, Gov. Greg Abbott criticized local leaders, cleared homeless encampments under highways and opened up a state-owned plot of land in Montopolis for people experiencing homelessness to stay in.
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