By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento city council is expected to discuss on Tuesday a new ordinance that could allow homeless people to sue the city.

However, the ordinance would also allow the city to clear camps.

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Under the proposed “Right to Housing” ordinance, homeless people would be offered two different types of housing – like a shelter, trailer, tiny home, Safe Ground tent camp spot, or hotel room.

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If the person refuses, the city would be able to clear their camp.

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The city would be required to provide enough shelter beds for everyone, or homeless people could sue.