Miami voters on Tuesday passed four ballot questions proposed by the City Commission, including one that ensures citizens will be able to sue city government over alleged charter violations.

The proposal to explicitly give Miami citizens legal standing in civil court appeared on track late in the evening to pass by a margin of roughly 85 to 15. Though it was opposed by Miami’s city attorney, proponents said the change will empower residents to hold their city government accountable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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