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How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way
How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way

How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way I'm writing this blog post to ensure that the residents of Arlington understand our firm’s representation of Zack Maxwell in Maxwell v. City of Arlington, et al. , cause no. 352-301689-18, currently before ...

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    How to Oppose Petition-Driven Charter Amendments the Wrong Way I'm writing this blog post to ensure that the residents of Arlington understand our firm’s representation of Zack Maxwell in Maxwell v. ...

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