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February 21, 2014 | Debating City Police and Fire Contract

Video duration: 26:45Video has closed captioning.

San Antonio city officials say the current police and firefighter union contract could eventually overwhelm taxpayers. Union leaders say part of the problem lies with the city’s misplaced priorities and unnecessary spending. City Manager Sheryl Sculley and Police Union President Mike Helle join Rick Casey to discuss what should happen with the contract.

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