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African-American leaders rally behind embattled Murray
Pam Murray is preparing to fight for her District 5 Metro Council
Council passes update to nondiscrimination ordinance
The ordinance didn’t become law without opposition, but it passed with a 25-14 margin.
Letters to the Editor
Letter writer says there is still time for Metro Council to compromise on backyard chicken bill.
Recall signatures delivered
More than 1,200 signatures to recall District 5 Councilwoman Pam Murray have been submitted to the Metro Clerk today
Convention Center Authority appointees' confirmation in danger
Some Council members have issues with individual appointees
Can Council members come to terms with term limits?
If there were just one word to describe the current version of the Metro Council, it would be “agreeable.”
Final ‘equal protection’ vote in Council’s hands
Metro Council will vote once and for all at its Tuesday meeting whether to make it unlawful to discriminate against workers.
Councilmen pitch alternative nondiscrimination bill
Metro Council members who oppose an update to the nondiscrimination ordinance — only one vote away from becoming law — are offering an alternative they say goes further than the current
UPDATE: Potential District 5 recall debate cancelled
No word on why community forum Thursday evening at McFerrin Neighborhood Center won't go as planned.
Council plucks backyard poultry bill
I do believe in my heart we don’t need to have poultry in the urban services district,' councilman Carl Burch says
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