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Fighting for the Mentally Ill at City Hall

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After going over Step By Step's claims and the City's defenses, the Court came to the decision that, "Step By Step has demonstrated by clear showing the necessary elements required for injunctive relief to be entered in its favor. As a result, equitable powers will be exercised to prevent the City from continuing discriminatory action against Step By Step."

By unanimous vote, the Ogdensburg City Council approved Step By Step's zoning application at a special meeting held April 20th.

(Reference Link: northcountrynow.com. Search for Step By Step)

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Barbara Briggs Ward is a writer, illustrator and mental health advocate living in Ogdensburg, NY.
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