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DAY ON THE HILL 2015! 9-11 February 2015
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NFOP Law Enforcement Labor Summit and Legal Counselors Seminar Law Enforcement Labor Summit, February: 25-26, 2015
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City of Wichita, police union settle quickly on new contract WICHITA, KS – A police union contract approved this week by the Wichita City Council will provide pay increases of 9 to 10 percent for eligible officers over the three-year life of the deal, the union president said.
FOP files motion to kill pay bill CHARLES COUNTY, MD - Referendum effort to come, union rep says

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