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DENVER - Tuesday marks one year since the passage of the urban-camping ban in Denver.

A survey released in April found the ban has been successful in moving the homeless out of well-lit areas.

Homeless people say that makes their lives more stressful and puts them in more danger.

Violators can be sentenced to up to one year in jail with a $990 fine.

The group Denver Homeless Out Loud will hold a town hall meeting to share feedback on the ban at the clock tower on the 16th Street Mall.