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Pension crisis spilling over into suburbs CHICAGO, IL – Unless you've been living in the Deep Tunnel, you've probably heard the State of Illinois is facing a daunting public employee pension crisis, and Chicago — mainly its schools and municipal government — is tiptoeing around similar fiscal land mines that could blow up in the faces of retirees and taxpayers.
L.A. police union president calls latest contract offer 'insulting' LOS ANGELES, CA – The Los Angeles police officers' union announced Friday it wants a third-party mediator to step into its salary talks with the city, describing the latest contract offer from Mayor Eric Garcetti and other elected officials as insulting.
Police, at wage-pact impasse, say 'time to ... protest' SPRINGFIELD, MO – Springfield police and the city haven't been able to agree on wages after 16 months of negotiations over what would be the first union contract for the police force.

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