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CGAT receives enough signatures to challenge Domestic Partner benefit

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The group "Citizens for Government Accountability and Transparency" has obtained enough signatures during its petition drive to bring the domestic partner benefit to a vote.

The vote will be sometime in 2014, allowing registered voters within the Chattanooga city limits to vote on whether to allow this ordinance.

 

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