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COLUMBUS, Ind. — A city committee will take a closer look at a proposed junk car ordinance after a large crowd turned out both to protest and to support the proposal.
Columbus City Council was scheduled to consider the second and final approval of a junk car ordinance Tuesday night, but tabled the discussion until next month to work out problems local landlords had with the law.
The city had already made changes to mollify the landlords, including removing provisions that would allow city police to enforce the law and that would have laid the blame on landlords.
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