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Commissioners delay vote that limit's how much city provides for non-profits

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AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Commissioners still don't have an answer on limiting city money to non-profits or if the city even should.
The measure will target all non-profits, except 3 allowing those organizations to receive more then $100,000. 
Some Commissioners arguing that special treatment shouldn't be granted to just a handful of non-profits
We have a close eye on this developing story.

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