People in cars who pass just a few feet away tend to divert their eyes from the man toiling on the busy street corner.
Colorado Springs officials are warning that panhandlers could be ticketed if they actively solicit people within 20 feet of entrances to homes or businesses.
Everyone has seen surveillance cameras that catch crooks and speeders, but now they’re looking for panhandlers.
A judge has blocked the enforcement of Colorado Springs’ new panhandling ban.
The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a panhandling ban in Colorado Springs.
It will soon be against the law to asking for money along the road or in parking lots in Larimer County.
A panhandling ban on its way to Colorado Springs faces a legal challenge from the Colorado ACLU.