Councilman Chris Anderson hugs Lt. Corliss Cooper at the City Council Building on Tuesday. During the first reading Councilman Anderson voted in support of the ordinance for domestic partner benefits, which the council passed 5-4.
Councilman Chris Anderson hugs Lt. Corliss Cooper at the City Council Building on Tuesday. During the first reading Councilman Anderson voted in support of the ordinance for domestic partner benefits, which the council passed 5-4.
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published Tuesday, November 12th, 2013
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After two months of public debate among residents across the Scenic City, members of the City Council spoke their mind en route to taking the first step toward making Chattanooga the third city in Tennessee to offer benefits to employees in same-sex and other domestic partnerships.

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