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Super Bowl’s 50th birthday marred by concussion & homeless scandals

San Francisco is a city divided and not just over football. The 7,000 homeless residents who have already seen their chances of escaping poverty diminished by sky-high housing and rental prices have a new foe in the NFL.

Dozens of homeless people were removed from the city’s waterfront to make way for “Super Bowl City”, a fan village erected for one week of use to mark the Super Bowl at a cost of $5 million to taxpayers.  Read more.

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