As rents rise, Calif. cities take away vehicles as refuge

California local governments, including several in the Silicon Valley area, are cracking down on people who live in vehicles. In Palo Alto, people caught living in vehicles could receive a $1,000 fine or six months in jail. A similar ordinance in Los Angeles is facing a legal challenge.

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