Members of the audience on both sides of the issue hold up signs before the start of Monday's City Council meeting's vote on the nondiscrimination ordinance, Feb. 22, 2016.
Members of the audience on both sides of the issue hold up signs before the start of Monday's City Council meeting's vote on the nondiscrimination ordinance, Feb. 22, 2016. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Members of the audience on both sides of the issue hold up signs before the start of Monday's City Council meeting's vote on the nondiscrimination ordinance, Feb. 22, 2016. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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