City officials in Boise are considering tougher ordinances on panhandling following complaints.
The Boise City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to review three ordinances.
One ordinance would outlaw aggressive panhandling.
Panhandling where solicitation can't be avoided would also be banned. That includes asking for money from drivers on roadways, people in line, or people dining at a sidewalk cafe.
Another ordinance would require panhandlers to have permits to put up tents, chairs or tables on public property.