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Update on the Term-Limits Case
Update on the Term-Limits Case

The City Council scuttles their rule-bending shenanigans. In mid-August, Norred Law agreed to represent Zack Maxwell in Maxwell v. City of Arlington, et al ., Cause No. 352-301689-18, and obtained a restraining order to prevent the City of Arlington from using illegal ...

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    The City Council scuttles their rule-bending shenanigans. In mid-August, Norred Law agreed to represent Zack Maxwell in Maxwell v. City of Arlington, et al ., Cause No. 352-301689-18, and obtained a ...

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