Voters Keep Non-discrimination Ordinance in Traverse City

Voters in Traverse City upheld the city's non-discrimination ordinance with 64 percent of the vote. 

On Tuesday, 2,531 yes votes were cast in favor of the ordinance and 1,420 no votes were cast against.

Supporters say the ordinance prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation in housing and employment. Those against it say it gives special treatment to one group and sets an unfair precedent.

9 and 10's Kyle Mitchell and Photojournalist Joel Deaner have more on the battle over proposal one.