The Texas Court of Appeals has ruled that the City of Austin must change the ballot language they used for November's 'unconventional' ordinance.
Opponents got the required number of signatures to put it on the ballot, giving voters a say when it comes to expanding the convention center. It's an unnecessary use of hotel tax revenue, according to opponents. Austin's NAACP President Nelson Linder sued the city claiming the ballot language doesn't accurately describe what the petition is about. Read more here.
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