The way we activists look at it, [Proposal B] is a reaction to Proposal A. As far as we can tell, Prop B didn't come on the scene until after we had done the hard work of gathering the petition signatures and moving to put our proposal on the ballot. Then we heard stirrings in city council of a competing ordinance.
Instead of giving community members a seat at the table to have input of what they would like to see, it puts everything in the hands of the alderpeople who are already doing this. It’s what we already have.
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