SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two men were arrested after police tore down a homeless protest camp in front of Sacramento City Hall Saturday morning.

Protestors and homeless activists have been occupying the area for weeks now.

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A little before 8 a.m. Saturday, protest organizers James Clark and David Andre were arrested and charged with misdemeanor camping.

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Several others were also arrested but were cited and released on the spot.

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There have been about two dozen arrests since Sacramento police started to enforce a controversial city law that activists say unfairly targets the homeless.