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Fayetteville's police force expansion plan moving at a slow pace. FAYETTEVILLE, NC - Plans to beef up Fayetteville's police force have gone slower than anticipated, city officials say.
Lancaster's 2015 budget has few surprises. LANCASTER, OH - While the city is in talks with unions representing its fire, police and city employees for next year, the 2015 budget has raises already programmed into it.
Police union tells appeals court that mayor's lawsuit is a political attack. COSTA MESA, CA - Costa Mesa's police union, facing a lawsuit from the mayor, fired an opening salvo in California's appeals court Friday, calling the litigation "a strategic political attack" that influenced a recent election.

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