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Charlotte Mayor urges Mecklenburg delegation, others to reject discriminatory Senate Bill 279

Charlotte Mayor Dan Clodfelter is urging his county delegation and other lawmakers to reject legislation that would dramatically scale back the authority of local governments, impacting everything from fair housing for consumers to the ability to promote better wages.

Read Clodfelter’s letter below. For more on the harms of this bill, read Allan Freyer’s post on SB 279.

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