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Last week, a legal nonprofit sent a letter to commissioners and the mayor requesting public infrastructure work and any promotion or endorsement of The One event cease immediately.
Officials also had no comment after the session on the city’s involvement with The One event set for this Christmas season downtown — which a legal nonprofit says is likely a constitutional violation.
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