Bill on Public Safety Unions Has Local Ramifications

Virginia's prohibition on collective bargaining by public safety workers could be struck down if a bill just passed by the U.S. House of Representatives becomes law. Locally that could mean that the Fairfax County government might have to negotiate pay raises and benefits with police officers and firefighters in a way it never has before. Read the news story in today's Metro section here.

By Focus on Fairfax |  August 1, 2007; 10:45 AM ET  | Category:  Government , Public Safety
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