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Another Key Perspective on the Recent Express News "Union Demands" Article

When it comes to the news, it's always important to gain as many perspectives as possible. In a recent Express News article, Rebecca Waldman (a previous member of the City's Benefits Task Force) certainly provided her unique perspective on collective more.

San Antonio Firefighters Battle Cancer and the City of San Antonio

KSAT NEWS12 did a story about cancer in the Fire Service on May 15, 2016. The story highlighted a veteran firefighter Eugene Hull with Georgia’s Columbus fire department that lost his arm due to cancer and was able to return to work and help his department improve their Cancer more.

Sheryl Sculley Has Near Heart Attack After Being Ordered to Testify by District Court

THE HIGH-PRICED, HIGH-POWERED CITY ATTORNEYS LOSE FOR THE 3RD TIME. The City’s attempt to stop or abate the Firefighters' cross action was denied. Firefighters want the public to hear and know the truth. Why doesn't Sheryl Sculley or Ivy Taylor want to speak to the issues UNDER OATH? The more.