Firefighter Union Bill Advances In Colorado Senate

February 4, 2013 4:37 PM

Firefighter Union Bill Advances In Colorado Senate
" DENVER (AP) – A content to give collective bargaining rights for nonrecreational Colorado protectors moved in the Democratic-led Senate over expostulations from Republicans who lay out it goes against local control.

The content acquired first blessing on a sound balloting Monday after Republicans unsuccessfully acted to revise the measure to check the regions in Colorado where fire fighters could have collective bargaining.The instrument would use to spots where local citizens have fenced collective bargaining rights "

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