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Lorain police officer faced excessive punishment, arbitrator says LORAIN, OH – A 30-day suspension was an excessive punishment for a Lorain police officer caught not wearing his body armor while on duty, according to a July 31 labor ruling.
Anyone who benefits from union should help pay for it The recent Supreme Court decision in Harris vs. Quinn has put a spotlight on an important aspect of American labor law.
Providence police union criticizes Mayor Taveras, Councilman Narducci for drop in staffing / Video PROVIDENCE, RI – The union that represents Providence police officers criticized Mayor Angel Taveras Thursday, saying that his administration has allowed the number of officers to wither to a level last seen some four decades ago.

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