Six years after nonlawyer Matthew Cardinale argued and won a lawsuit against the Atlanta City Council at the Georgia Supreme Court over transparency violations, the online publisher and City Hall gadfly has decided that it’s time to join the body he’s spent so many hours critiquing—and which has itself passed several pieces of legislation Cardinale helped draft.

Now he just has to get elected.

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