Article: pushback against camping restrictions in Flagstaff

Some encouraging resistance to anti-camping laws:

The camping ban shows a “lack of recognition of the humanity and basic dignity of people who are unsheltered.” ... > > Putzova also criticized the ordinance for specifically not allowing people to create campsites, like using shelters and sleeping bags. “Sleeping alone does not constitute an offense, however setting up a temporary shelter, cooking, campfires for warmth, etc., may collectively establish a reason to believe a person is camping,” the ordinance reads in part. > >
“These are exactly the things that save lives,” Putzova said.

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