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Panhandling Ordinance

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It was designed as a “public safety” measure that would prohibit passing money to pedestrians from vehicles in the roadway, but the true victims of Charleston’s panhandling ordinance were the children. Now every time a youngster goes to purchase a refreshing treat from their friendly neighborhood ice cream truck, they face a possible $1,092 fine or 30 days in jail. Just remember that the next summer day you’re hankering for a bomb pop, you could end up with a criminal record. Justice is a dish best served cold. —Dustin Waters
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