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What policies would you suggest for addressing housing challenges in Wyoming?

The Casper City Council is considering strengthening camping and squatting laws due to an increase in the number of homeless people in the city. The number is estimated to be just over 200. The city says the increase is leading to them roaming the streets, loitering in the downtown area, and leaving at least 500 pounds of human waste.
Nick Pangere
The Casper City Council is considering strengthening camping and squatting laws due to an increase in the number of homeless people in the city. The number is estimated to be just over 200. The city says the increase is leading to them roaming the streets, loitering in the downtown area, and leaving at least 500 pounds of human waste.

What policies would you suggest for addressing housing challenges in Wyoming?

For more information, see: City of Casper wants to strengthen camping and squatting laws to address the increasing homeless population

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