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FOP files lawsuit to block Landrieu administration's overhaul of hiring, promotions LOUISIANA—The Fraternal Order of Police wasn't issuing an idle threat when it said it would go to the courts if Mayor Mitch Landrieu succeeded in pushing through an overhaul of city hiring rules that give managers more authority over hiring, promotions and pay.
Chafee signs law giving retired Central Falls police, firefighters pension supplement CENTRAL FALLS, RI—Tuesday was a good day for the retired police officers and firefighters of the state's poorest city.
Walla Walla police union right to fight for raises WASHINGTON—Walla Walla police officers should not have had to go to binding arbitration to get a reasonable pay raise.

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