New Charter Amendment Commercial
Supporters of a proposed charter amendment in Gainesville launched a new ad campaign Wednesday.
They say the city's current anti-discrimination law allows men to use women's restrooms. The proposed charter amendment would require the city's ordinance to match the state's anti-discrimination laws.
Opponents of the charter amendment say that move would take away civil rights from gay and lesbian people in Gainesville.
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