Mayor Pro Tem Michael Barnes (center), speaks at a Charlotte City Council meeting. Proposed changes to Charlotte’s nondiscrimination ordinance appear headed to a close vote Monday night by City Council members deluged with phone calls and a staggering 39,000 emails.
Mayor Pro Tem Michael Barnes (center), speaks at a Charlotte City Council meeting. Proposed changes to Charlotte’s nondiscrimination ordinance appear headed to a close vote Monday night by City Council members deluged with phone calls and a staggering 39,000 emails. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Mayor Pro Tem Michael Barnes (center), speaks at a Charlotte City Council meeting. Proposed changes to Charlotte’s nondiscrimination ordinance appear headed to a close vote Monday night by City Council members deluged with phone calls and a staggering 39,000 emails. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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