"We decided that one, we thought this was kind of close to violating on
civil rights. And that right now wasn't an issue we wanted to deal with.
And we also changed the policy of items now have to go through the
board before they go out for public comment," said James Reynolds, chair of the CHA board.
We the People's Mary Piemonte captured more with Reynolds, talking about how the board came to make its decision. Take a look: