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Too few public order police-union CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – Public order policing units need to be beefed up to effectively deal with more strikes, the SA Policing Union said.

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Coburn Blocks Blue Alert and Vest Bills Leahy and Cardin Seek Votes on Senate Floor, but OK Senator Objects

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WA Police Union say officers in South East Metropolitan region are stretched to breaking point WASHINGTON – The WA Police Union says officers in the South East Metropolitan region are suffering from fatigue and lack of work-life balance because of ineffective rosters and wants the system changed before the new police-operating model rolls out locally.
Illinois Supreme Court decision deals with pension situation similar to Island Lake ISLAND LAKE – The village of Island Lake isn't the only municipality that has used pension funds to pay its bills.
Unions Get a Bruise From the Supreme Court, But Avoid a Knockout Punch WASHINGTON, D.C. – Labor advocates, who have gotten used to bad news over the last several decades, were expecting a big blow from the Supreme Court today. On the docket was Harris v. Quinn, a case that asked the Court to examine the most fundamental assumptions about union membership.

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