From Executive Producer Jeni Cook:
A plan to build a mosque near Ground Zero in the 9/11 attacks - sacred ground for many Americans - is being met with outrage.
At issue: A 19th-century building and whether it can be designated a landmark. If it is designated a landmark, the original building will remain. If not, American Muslim groups will move ahead with plans to build an inter-faith community center and mosque.
A vote is slated for this morning on whether the building will be granted landmark status.
We want to hear from you on this issue. Where do you stand?
Leave us a comment. We’ll share some of them in the CNN Newsroom, 11am ET — 1pm ET.
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