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Let's Make a Deal: The Board's Battle Over the Buck 

In a contentious city council meeting, Sanders only has to make a few concessions to get his $15 million budget approved. First mention of Jane Driscoll, who headed the Mayor's Youth Office and later married Sanders.

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