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Hilliard, police union ink three-year deal OHIO – Hilliard police officers will receive a 5.5 percent salary increase this year but agreed to hand over to the city administration all decisions concerning health-care plans as part of a three-year contract between Hilliard and Fraternal Order of Police Capital City Lodge No. 9.
New Lenox Police to Get Pay Bump in New Contracts ILLINOIS – New Lenox police patrol officers and sergeants will see pay increases, after the village board Monday approved new contracts.
Wisconsin debate on collective bargaining rights an issue in Minnesota governor's race DULUTH, MN – In a crowded race, Republican candidates for Governor are looking for ways to stand out.
How much does PERS matter to the Oregon economy? OREGON – Public pension benefits not only help keep retirees afloat but are a boon for the private-sector economy, according to a study released this month by the Public Employees Retirement System.
Police Union Rallies, Demanding Higher Pay LOS ANGELES, CA – Officers say they are paid less than colleagues at other law enforcement agencies and ask for raises in new contract negotiations
Kennedy demands probe of State Police benefits measure NEW ORLEANS, LA – Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy wants the Louisiana State Police Retirement Board to avoid any delay in probing a controversial measure by the Legislature. Now an LSPRS official says board attorneys are reviewing the measure in detail.
What changes are coming to PERS rates next year? OREGON – Controversial changes to the state's pension systems made last year have started to have their intended effect: lower costs to government bodies and, by extension, taxpayers.
Morrisville police union has dropped unfair practice complaint MORRISVILLE, PA – The Morrisville police union has dropped an unfair practice complaint against the borough over holiday pay.
Records show 15% drop in overtime pay for city police under 5-day schedule SANTA FE, NM –Overtime costs at the Santa Fe Police Department fell 15 percent after former Chief Ray Rael moved officers to a five-day workweek, a decision the new chief has reversed.
St. Paul police to get 6.25 percent raise over 3 years, arbitrator says MINNESOTA – St. Paul police officers and some 911 center workers are slated to get a 6.25 percent raise over their three-year contract — slightly more than the city's offer and significantly less than what the police union was seeking.
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