Thomas Martin, who is homeless, holds hands in solidarity during a gathering to protest a city ordinance that prohibits camping on public and private property in January. In arguments before the 3rd District Court of Appeal, Sacramento argued that it protects private property owner’s rights against trespassers.
Thomas Martin, who is homeless, holds hands in solidarity during a gathering to protest a city ordinance that prohibits camping on public and private property in January. In arguments before the 3rd District Court of Appeal, Sacramento argued that it protects private property owner’s rights against trespassers. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Thomas Martin, who is homeless, holds hands in solidarity during a gathering to protest a city ordinance that prohibits camping on public and private property in January. In arguments before the 3rd District Court of Appeal, Sacramento argued that it protects private property owner’s rights against trespassers. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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