For the first time in the city's history, Chattanooga leaders will vote on a proposal to extend health benefits to domestic partners.
It's a vote, we've been following, if it passes, Chattanooga would be the third city in the state with this policy after Collegedale and Knoxville.
The measure has been widely discussed
over the past several weeks, with both supporters and opponents
voicing their opinions.
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