By EMILY OPILO BALTIMORE SUN |DEC 07, 2020 AT 7:35 PM

With only hours remaining in Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young’s administration, the Baltimore City Council overrode two of his vetoes of bills designed to protect hospitality workers laid off during the coronavirus pandemic.

However, the board failed to override the Democratic mayor’s veto of a bill that would have renamed a monument dedicated to explorer Christopher Columbus to instead recognize victims of police violence.

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