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In Raleigh, a push to lift the ban on granny flats 

As the war continues in Syria and another pauses in Gaza, a battle of different proportions rages in Raleigh's downtown neighborhoods: People are fighting over tiny houses. Regulating tiny houses, also known as backyard cottages, may epitomize just how boring the business…

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