33%
Yes
67%
No
33%
Yes
67%
No

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  @ChaseOliverLibertarian  from South Carolina answered…3wks3W

No, because when shelters are funded by government, however well-meaning, the incentives of shelter administrators shift from providing better services that aid the long-term outlook of the homeless, to filling beds to receive more funding.

 @9NQL5VP from Pennsylvania answered…2wks2W

No, but it should be regulated to where specific steps must be required to send money to sanctioned countries.

 @9P7NJCT from Virginia answered…3 days3D

Yes, inasmuch as they can control payments made with crypto and otherwise so long as the sanctions are in place.

 @9NTH43Q from North Carolina answered…1wk1W

Yes, unless the transaction is transparent and approved by relevant government agencies like the IRS or State Department

 @9NRZBG5from Virgin Islands answered…1wk1W

Yes. And promote visas for those family members living in OFAC countries and let them come over as immigrants.

 @9NNGDNZ from Maryland answered…2wks2W

No, but surveil those who do to see if these are simply remittances or attempts to fund actions hostile to us or our allies

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