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  • Council to take citizen's forum off TV

    In the last nine months, the Charlotte City Council and Mayor Jennifer Roberts have been assailed in public – and on live television – by protesters of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting, immigration advocates and by those on both sides of the abortion debate. In response, council members have quietly decided to turn off the cameras.

In the last nine months, the Charlotte City Council and Mayor Jennifer Roberts have been assailed in public – and on live television – by protesters of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting, immigration advocates and by those on both sides of the abortion debate. In response, council members have quietly decided to turn off the cameras. Charlotte City Council
In the last nine months, the Charlotte City Council and Mayor Jennifer Roberts have been assailed in public – and on live television – by protesters of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting, immigration advocates and by those on both sides of the abortion debate. In response, council members have quietly decided to turn off the cameras. Charlotte City Council

Speakers have cursed, screamed at City Council. Now the city won’t put them on TV.

May 25, 2017 5:02 PM