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Raleigh deals with more fallout from Moore Square crackdown 

A year's worth of emails between Raleigh administrators and police reveal that the city, concerned about crime and litter, has long discussed whether to tolerate groups feeding the homeless in Moore Square Park. This has led advocates for the homeless to believe…

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