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An overflow crowd came out for Springfield City Council’s meeting Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. One issue was a proposed addition to the City’s non-discrimination ordinance, deeming sexual orientation and gender identity to be protected categories of persons from discrimination in the areas of employment, fair housing and public accommodations. Twenty-four people spoke in favor and 21 spoke against the measure, which is expected to be voted on Oct. 27. Click on the link below for a summary of the entire meeting. View a video recording of the meeting.