- Commercial Non-Discrimination Policy: Part II, Chapter 2 – Administration, Article V
- Charlotte Mecklenburg Community Relations Committee – Part II, Chapter 12 – Human Relations, Article II
- Public Accommodations – Part II, Chapter 12 – Human Relations, Article III
- Passenger Vehicles for Hire – Part II, Chapter 22 – Vehicles for Hire, Article II, Div. 1
On March 22, 2015 the Charlotte City Council heard from over 100 concerned citizens of the area during a 6 hour city council meeting. Two votes were taken and both failed to pass the proposed ordinance.
In November, 2015 the City voted in Jennifer Roberts as Mayor and she publicly committed on election night that the non-discrimination ordinance revote would be one of the first actions she would encourage City Council to take in 2015.
On February 1, 2016 the Community Relations Committee will host a community forum and hire actors to present scripted messages followed by small group discussions.
On February 8th the City Council is expected to discuss the ordinance during the dinner portion of their meeting. It is widely expected that the non-discrimination ordinance will be added to the February 22nd meeting agenda. It is unclear if the city will allow public comment during this meeting.