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"Voters on Tuesday rejected Issue 3, a charter amendment designed to force city leaders to provide additional housing for Cincinnati’s low-income residents," reports Lucy May.
Issue 3 was soundly rejected: 73 percent of voters said no.
According to a separate article by Mariel Carbone and Kristien Swilley, proponents of Issue 3 put a positive spin on the defeat, saying the campaign raised the profile of the issues of affordable housing in the city.
Previous Planetizen coverage of Issue 3.