Sister Libby Fernandez of Sacramento California Loaves & Fishes, which provides services to homeless men, women and children, led a group of advocates demanding a moratorium on camping citations and pushing for a place where people can camp legally and with basic services including toilets and garbage pickup.
"We've been campaigning for this for more than a year," she said. "Now we're back to square one again."
Fernandez and others said they will engage in nonviolent "civil disobedience" if campers are forced to leave, and will risk going to jail to make their point.
Police declined to discuss when citations might be issued.
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