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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Tuesday open line and mid-afternoon video roundup — and a photo for a friend

Posted By on Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 3:33 PM


Here's an open line plus a headline roundup by video. More to come tonight from City Board as it considers the civil rights ordinance that includes sexual orientation non-discrimination.

Plus: I heard from Rep. Bob Ballinger, the Republican who's led the charge on several pieces of legislation we have not admired, particularly those aimed at limiting legal protections for gay people. He's been kind enough to respond on some of these issues despite our disagreements. He sent a message today with an alternate photo to use the next time we wrote about him. He wrote: "I think you should use this one next time. I would be harder to hate."

How can I say no? A younger Rep. Ballinger:

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