The rules for the homeless in Myrtle Beach effectively changed in July 2012 when the city and the Waccamaw Community Foundation invited businessman and philanthropist Robert Lupton to talk about his book, “Toxic Charity,” but are still defined in sometimes opposing ways, through religious and legal interpretations.

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Gallery | A look at the Myrtle Beach homeless situation

The rules for the homeless in Myrtle Beach effectively changed in July 2012 when the city and the Waccamaw Community Foundation invited businessman and philanthropist Robert Lupton to talk about his book, “Toxic Charity,” but are still defined in sometimes opposing ways, through religious and legal interpretations.

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