Occupy Dallas campsite can stay if no laws broken
DALLAS — An attorney for Occupy Dallas says protesters can stay at a campsite near City Hall four more weeks as long as they obey the law.
Jonathan Winocour said the agreement was reached with the city during a meeting Wednesday.
Protesters are trying to raise awareness about corporate greed and economic inequality.
They say they will keep their campsite clean so they don't get kicked out.
On Tuesday, a federal judge cleared the way for the city to close the campsite.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has said public safety and health conditions are a "paramount concern."