In one New Jersey township, asking a stranger to spare a dime is fine – so long as you can produce the proper paperwork.
A new law passed in Middle Township will soon require beggars to obtain permits in an effort to prevent aggressive panhandling and to limit the areas where they can ask for money.
The ordinance, which the township committee enacted Monday, threatens severe offenders with a fine of up to $1,000 and jail time.
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