"Just as important as housing and shelter is a regular source of income for those experiencing homelessness," Mayor Michael B. Hancock said in the statement. "This direct cash assistance will help more than 140 women and families currently in shelters move into stable housing, and provide support so they can stay housed, while opening space in our shelters to serve more people."
Denver approves monthly cash payments for homeless women, families and trans individuals
Mr. Hancock told Fox31 in Colorado before the judge ruled that he is proud of the 92% of city employees, about 1,400, who have submitted proof of vaccination, but he finds “it selfish folks would file an injunction one week out maybe enticing other employees to follow and wait for them in what the court says.”
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