This footage features three unedited interviews regarding a lawsuit involving the Austin City Council. The segments later appeared on a 24 Action News broadcast on Austin's KVUE-TV. In the first two interviews, reporter Pat Comer speaks with members of the Austin City Council. Comer asks the politicians about proposed changes to the council charter, and specifically its plan to switch from at-large appointments of members to the creation of single-member districts. The Black Citizens Task Force filed a lawsuit against the Austin City Council in response to the proposition, claiming the single-member system discriminates against minorities. In a third unedited interview, Comer talks with Jonathan Davis, attorney for the Black Citizens Task Force, to learn about how the at-large and single-member systems affect racial representation on the council. At the time of the interviews, a local judge ruled that a trial must determine whether or not the single-member plan is constitutional.