Legislation to claim RVs as homesteads muddies Seattle’s homeless problem

Washington’s Senate Housing Committee examined a bill last week aiming to prevent vehicles that are being used as temporary housing from being towed.

This additional piece of legislation clouds an already foggy situation for RVs in Seattle.

“They’re proposing that if you have an RV and you live in it, that’s your homestead,” Washington State Senator Philip Fortunato (R-Auburn) said on The Jason Rantz Show. “And what that means is, you can’t be evicted, which means you can’t be towed away. If you’re in Seattle, and you hose off the sidewalk because somebody urinated in front of your store or c****** on the sidewalk and you hose it off,

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