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Stand Against Sit/Lie
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Stand Against Sit/Lie was the registered campaign in opposition to San Francisco's 2010 Proposition L, a proposed law that would make it a crime to sit or lie down on any city sidewalk between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. That law has since passed, and is Section 168 of the Municipal Police Code. The campaign is defunct as of early 2011, but former members still post relevant news to the group's Facebook page.

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San Francisco Stands Against Sit/Lie Facebook page

Text of MPC 168: San Francisco's Sit/Lie Law

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