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Arbitration ruling favors Clinton police union CLINTON, IA – Iowa arbitrator Terry Loeschen made his ruling this week in a wage dispute between the city of Clinton and the Clinton Police Department's union. Favoring the union, the decision serves as another blow to the city, this being its second arbitration loss in the fiscal year.
DRPA, police force wrap up arbitration PENNSYLVANIA & NEW JERSEY – The long-running labor dispute between the Delaware River Port Authority and its police force may be coming to an end.
Woodbury, police union come to agreement over help for disabled officer WOODBURY, NJ – City officials and members of local police union have come to a tentative agreement that would allow officers to donate accumulated vacation, comp and personal time to help a fellow, disabled Woodbury police officer who was laid off last week.

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