The case was brought about after four people were cited on suspicion of living in their RVs and cars in Venice. According to MSN, the previous law was so broad that one of the plaintiffs was even cited "while waiting outside a church that served meals."
Judge Harry Pregerson said the 1983 law was also discriminatory against the homeless and poor. "The city of Los Angeles has many options at its disposal to alleviate the plight and suffering of its homeless citizens," he wrote. "Selectively preventing the homeless and the poor from using their vehicles for activities many other citizens also conduct in their cars should not be one of those options."
So, let's hear it from you: Are you for or against this new law? (MSN)