El Paso, TX (KTSM) — Beginning Tuesday, panhandlers are prohibited from asking for your money on the streets of El Paso.
The ordinance prohibits anyone from panhandling or selling anything from a median or within 15 feet of a street corners.
That also includes newspaper sales and fundraising efforts.
However, under state law, firefighters are allowed to fundraise on city streets because the money they collect is donated to charity.
Motorists will also be in violation if they buy items or make donations from their cars.