Jack Kuenzie, WIS
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WIS) - While many business and civic leaders have come out in support of Columbia, South Carolina's controversial plan to deal with the homeless in the downtown area, a group of protestors held a demonstration to air their grievances.
For about two hours beginning late Tuesday morning there was a slow procession up and down Main Street which eventually stopped in the plaza next to the Columbia Art Museum. The group did include some who described themselves as homeless along with members of organizations that help feed and provide services to that population.
The event involved some of the same people who showed up Monday at a law office on Calhoun Street to critique the city's so-called emergency response plan.
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