Plans to renovate Quicken Loans Arena may be put on hold.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the City of Cleveland must accept and review more than 20,000 signatures.
The signatures were collected earlier this year by The Greater Cleveland Congregations organization along with several other groups.
The groups asked if tax dollars should be used to fund Renovations for the Q.
The controversy continued when the group attempted to delivery the signatures to City Hall and were refused.
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