Ordinance Supporters Show Up To Be Counted

Backers Do What Needed To Be Done to Win Big

Posted: August 24, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Staff Photo DAVID GOTTSCHALK Residents and others wanting to speak Tuesday to the Fayetteville City Council line up outside the City Administration Building. Attendees waited to talk to aldermen about a civil rights ordinance before council members voted.

Somebody needed to stand up for the anti-discrimination ordinance if the Fayetteville City Council was going to pass it. Hundreds did at Tuesday's council meeting. They kept standing into the wee hours of Wednesday morning.

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