The plaintiffs collectively represent a class of about 5,500 people who live on Denver's streets.
Prominent Denver civil rights attorney David Lane signs on to class action suit against homeless sweeps
David Lane has represented prominent clients like anti-tax crusader Douglas Bruce and ousted University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill.
Homeless plaintiffs suing Denver get class action status, and the judge tells their lawyer to get some help
In a remarkable passage of the ruling, U.S. District Court Judge William Martinez told attorney Jason Flores-Williams that while he admires his passion, he really needs to find some co-counsel.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado has sent a letter to Denver's elected leaders asking police not to seize blankets, sleeping bags and other survival gear from people living outside.
Homeless people ticketed under Denver's camping ban want their gear back. Denver officials want them to just come inside.
It was a coordinated action, according to the homelessness advocacy group Denver Homeless Out Loud.
Denver's new proposed budget splits the Homeless Donation Fund in two to keep donor money separate from other sources.
A lawsuit claims Denver’s homeless sweeps violate the constitutional rights of people living on the streets
The city isn't responding to the lawsuit just yet.