Show-Me Restricted Homeless Camping Starting 2023

Permissive Kansas City & STL rules on homeless housing are now subject to statewide rebuke.

Note the hint of an impending legal battle regarding this legislation . . .

"The law bans sleeping, camping or setting up long-term shelters on state-owned land. Multiple lawsuits against the measure by homeless advocates have been filed, though no rulings have been issued."

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You can't sleep on public land in Missouri starting Jan. 1. What that means if you're homeless

Starting Jan. 1, sleeping, camping or having a long-term shelter on state-owned land will be illegal in Missouri. The change is a result of a new law the Missouri legislature passed this year. The law requires cities and counties to enforce the ban and gives the attorney general the ability to act against those who don't.