Punished for Her Good Deed? City Threatens Woman Housing the Needy With Fines
A woman who has been helping the less fortunate for over 40 years could be punished for her good deeds. The city of Lawrence, Kansas is threatening Debbie Nall with fines for allowing strangers in need into her home.
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This morning on Fox and Friends Weekend, Nall said she has housed abused women, displaced families, people in hospice care, military members, and orphans among many others.
She said the city is threatening to fine her hundreds of dollars a day because her six-bedroom home falls under the ordinance stating that she can’t have more than three unrelated people living there.
Nall stressed that she’s not against the ordinance, but she believes there should be an amendment to the law. “It breaks my heart because every week I have to turn someone away.”
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