The 12 to 1 vote puts the nation’s second-largest city on record in support of any legislation that would pay for the “safe and orderly withdrawal of U.S. troops and contractors,” according to the resolution. That view will now be incorporated into the city’s lobbying strategy in Washington, D.C.
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