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DENVER — The future of Denver’s camping ban could come down to the voters.
Denver Homeless Out Loud is pushing to get the Denver Right to Survive Initiative on the May 2019 ballot. That would allow the homeless to rest in public spaces as long as they’re not in the way of the public.
“The Right to Survive Initiative would protect people’s basic human right to sleep, sit, use cover, sleep in a vehicle, and share food in public space,“ according to a post on the Homeless Out Loud website.