By The Associated Press
A federal judge has refused to grant an order sought by Occupy Dallas demonstrators to prevent the city from closing their campsite.
Protesters failed to get a temporary restraining order Tuesday.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said in a statement that no action will be taken Tuesday.
He says city attorneys will discuss the next steps today with the group’s attorneys.
The city last week alleged protesters had violated an agreement to allow the campsite near Dallas City Hall.
The city noted reports of an alleged sexual assault of a child at the site, the removal of a baby over possible endangerment and trespassing arrests.
A Nov. 12 deadline to comply has been extended.
Occupy Dallas officials said protesters are abiding by the deal.