The legislation, proposed by Meretz leader Nitzan Horowitz, would remove the license of a psychologist who uses conversion therapy, fine them and send them to jail for repeat offenses.
According to the bill, employers who employ over 100 employees will be forced by law to publish an annual report detailing the differences in salary between women and men in the organization.
The use of cannabis will be permitted to Israelis from the age of 21, with the exception of those working in security positions.
Likud lawyer Avi Halevi told the High Court that Heba Yazbak had more than crossed the line with her public statements and posts supporting terrorist Samir Kuntar.
The council, the mini-parliament, issued a red alert, ordering the protesters to leave immediately.
In March, City Council Speaker Corey Johnson introduced legislation that would ban the sale of new fur apparel.
The measure is intended to reinforce the separation of church and state, but critics say the real target appears to be Muslims and their hijabs.
A year of highlights and lowlights in Israel: The legal arena.
One of the laws that passed on Tuesday would prohibit terrorists in prison from having their sentences shortened by one-third, as other prisoners may do if they show remorse and rehabilitation.