Protest Manassas City’s Ordinance Against the Family

The City of Manassas, Virginia approved an ordinance that took effect December 5, 2005, which changes the definition of what constitutes a family, with the intent of restricting the number of persons that inhabit a dwelling within the city. To be in compliance with this new regulation, only parents, children, two relatives of the second degree (that is, two relatives who are cousins, brothers, sisters, or parents of the home-owner), and one person not related may live in the home. 5:30PM, January 9, 2005 Manassas City Hall, 9027 Center Street


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