Nine people in California have been charged after giving food to homeless

Nine people in California have been charged after they handed out food to the homeless, violating a rule about sharing food in public places.

The group was protesting against an emergency ordinance in the city of El Cajon which was introduced in response to California’s hepatitis A outbreak.

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They handed out food, clothes, and toiletries on Sunday before police arrived and issued citations.

Hepatitis A can be spread by touching contaminated foods or objects.

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