Housing Homeless People on a Religious Organization’s Property

Housing Homeless People on a Religious Organization’s Property SSL Draft 

Summary:

This Act defines a religious organization and authorizes such organizations to host temporary encampments for homeless people on property owned or controlled by such organizations. It restricts counties, cities, and or towns from enacting ordinances or regulations that unreasonably interfere with the actions of a religious organization to shelter or house homeless people on property the organization owns or controls. 

Submitted as: 
Washington 
Status: Enacted into law in 2010. 
 

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