Lawyers for the Metropolitan Omaha Property Owner’s Association wants a judge to order a temporary injunction against the city’s new landlord registry ordinance. It takes effect Jan. 1.

“This is kind of a more drastic step, an unusual step in a litigation process,” said MOPOA’s lawyer, Jason Bruno.

Bruno said it’s a needed step to keep what MOPOA’s lawyers call an unconstitutional ordinance from going into effect during the lawsuit.

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