A homeless man who challenged a New York City law used to clear him and his makeshift cardboard tent out of a public park has lost his appeal.
A divided 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said that a section of New York City’s administrative code that forbids leaving boxes and erecting obstructions in public places was not unconstitutionally overbroad.
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