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BRENTWOOD, TN (WSMV) -

The City of Brentwood proposed some changes allowing homeless people to sell The Contributor newspaper.

Under the new proposal, those vendors still can't walk into the streets to sell the newspaper.

The changes will be considered when the Brentwood City Commission meets Monday.

The Contributor and the ACLU filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Brentwood last week over sales of the newspaper.

Earlier this year the city fined eight of The Contributor's vendors for selling the newspaper to drivers.

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