Electric Cars Increase Homelessness

Many people are living in their cars right now. How many?
If cities make cars illegal or expensive that will Increase Homelessness since the car home will be junk yarded.
According to Bloomberg
Speaking of the plug-in credit that was part of his American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (actually a modification of a plan initiated by the George W. Bush administration a year earlier), President Barack Obama declared that its subsidy would help put a million plug-in vehicles on American roads by 2015. By the end of that period, just 400,000 vehicles had been sold cumulatively in the U.S., raising real questions about the efficacy of the underlying policy.

According to New York Post
https://nypost.com/2017/11/07/silicon-valleys-car-people-push-homeless-crisis-to-the-brink/

The surge in homelessness has prompted at least 10 local governments along the West Coast to declare states of emergency, and cities from San Diego to Seattle are struggling to come up with immediate and long-range solutions.

So if cities make cars illegal or expensive where will the people go!
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Westside Wratched: R.I.P. Baby Zechariah

In the early morning hours of December 18 around 6 am screams were heard at the Shadetree Shelter in Las Vegas. The sleepy residents awoke from there cold beds to find a young mother holding her dead baby Zechariah. A fellow resident attempted to perform CPR but it was no use. Emergency workers were slow to respond 15-20 minutes according to reports from residents.

The residents reported no heat inside the building.

Residents reported extremely cold conditions inside the cement floored facility.

http://www.theshadetree.org/

https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&channel=iphone_bm&source=hp&ei=Nds5WsWJJ8zijwPHo76ADA&sjs=15359&q=the+shade+tree+las+vegas&oq=&gs_l=mobile-gws-hp.1.0.41l3.0.0..2500…….0.0………….mobile-gws-wiz-hp…..3.Nzry6TCRHaM%3D#trex=m_t:pqaQ,rc_fid:0x80c8c3014149e3d9%253A0xdd8250e15b73d1c1,rc_q:the%2520shade%2520tree%2520las%2520vegas

Hope

Jesus in Revelations didn’t say things are going to be alright…
It’s going to get really bad…
Until thy Kingdom Come…
Hold on…to salvation…not hope for things to get better. Since the poor will be with us always.

Corridor of hope

https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-las-vegas/downtown/funding-cuts-force-shade-tree-transitional-womens-shelter-to-close/

http://www.streetdirectory.com/lyricadvisor/song/ucoowu/since_i_gave_up_hope_i_feel_a_lot_better/

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Forest Farmers

http://www.aftaweb.org/about/what-is-agroforestry/forest-farming.html

It says:

What is it?

Forest farming is the intentional cultivation of edible, medicinal or decorative specialty crops beneath native or planted woodlands that are managed for both wood and understory crop production. It does not include the gathering of naturally-occurring plants from native forests, also known as wildcrafting. Forest farming can provide profitable opportunities for forest and woodland owners, nut growers, sugar maple growers, and herb growers.

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