LA's Homeless Can Now Live Out Of Cars

 A person in economic difficulty holds a homemade sign asking for money along a Manhattan street on December 4, 2013 in New York City.

A Los Angeles city ordinance that said people can't live in their cars was struck down by a federal court. Gale Holland, poverty and homelessness reporter for the Los Angeles Times, explains the reasoning behind the ruling, which held that the ordinance leads to discrimination against the poor.