George Will highlights PRI’s work on homelessness in his latest Washington Post column

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The homeless right-to-camp issue comes to the Supreme Court

By George F. Will

An amicus brief from the Pacific Research Institute notes that, in all eras, vagrants have experienced pressures from circumstances. (As have most criminals.) So, is any punishment disproportional for behavior an individual cannot control? What about a “compulsive” desire for child pornography? Beware, the PRI brief says, of “simplistic dichotomies between voluntary and involuntary conduct or avoidable and unavoidable choices.”

Read PRI’s amicus brief HERE.

Click to read the full column in The Washington Post.

Nothing contained in this blog is to be construed as necessarily reflecting the views of the Pacific Research Institute or as an attempt to thwart or aid the passage of any legislation.

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