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    Chicago mayor warns police to get vaccine by Sunday or lose pay

    March 16, 2022 // On Wednesday, when announcing the appeal, Catanzara said: “I don’t know what happens over the next 72 hours. All I can tell you is we are not going to stop punching. This easily can be all averted before this cliff becomes a reality.” Catanzara in recent weeks has sounded the alarm over what he said will be a “bloodbath” in Chicago if his predictions of a mass resignation come true.

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    Baker City California: City negotiating contracts with 2 of 3 unions

    February 20, 2022 // Baker City Manager Jonathan Cannon said negotiations are ongoing with two of the three labor unions representing city employees. Separate unions represent police, fire and public works employees, and the city has contracts with each.