The question Countable.us asks here is skewing what local communities are facing. SCOTUS rightfully wouldn’t take up the case because it isn’t a federal matter; it’s a local one. Homeless shelters are readily available but these people are choosing to live outside, which is their right. If the communities are unhappy with that, they should refuse to pay income and property taxes that cover the costs for public area upkeep. These are local concerns that should be handled locally, not at SCOTUS.