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June 15, 1996 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police officers will receive a series of raises totaling 18% over four years, costing taxpayers about $130 million, under a proposed contract hammered out Friday by the City Council and leaders of the police union. The pact emerged after a marathon negotiating session behind closed doors at City Hall that stretched nearly six hours, and came just two days after the Police Protective League replaced its president with a notorious hard-liner.
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June 15, 1996 | JODI WILGOREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles police officers will receive a series of raises totaling 18% over four years, costing taxpayers about $130 million, under a proposed contract hammered out Friday by the City Council and leaders of the police union. The pact emerged after a marathon negotiating session behind closed doors at City Hall that stretched nearly six hours, and came just two days after the Police Protective League replaced its president with a notorious hard-liner.
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January 22, 1997
More than 100 longshoremen protested outside a Terminal Island scrap-metal export business Tuesday, the sixth day of a bitter labor dispute marked by competing accusations of violence. An officer from the Los Angeles Police Department's labor relations division said police were investigating an incident early Friday in which management officials from Hugo Neu-Proler Co. allegedly turned a water cannon on picketers from the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Lt.
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November 26, 1985 | MAYERENE BARKER, Times Staff Writer
Two striking supermarket workers who were arrested Sunday in Sunland on suspicion of repeatedly ramming a vehicle carrying four nonunion supermarket employees are under investigation for assault with a deadly weapon, grand theft of an automobile and illegally growing marijuana, a police spokesman said Monday.
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February 29, 1992 | LORNA FERNANDES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Several bullets hit a truck driven by a Modesto man, whose company is embroiled in a labor dispute, as he traveled on the Golden State Freeway near Sylmar early Friday, Los Angeles police said. William Rollins, 57, was heading north about 12:30 a.m. when several bullets pierced the windshield and passenger side of his truck, said Detective Charles Apodaca of the Los Angeles Police Department's Labor Relations Division.
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March 25, 1995 | FRANK MANNING
With a week to go before their current contract expires, about 300 janitors marched through Warner Center on Friday to protest what their union calls "sweatshop conditions." It was the union's second major protest at Warner Center in as many months. The Service Employees International Union, which represents about 8,500 janitors in the Los Angeles area, has held a series of protests in recent weeks throughout Southern California.
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June 16, 1987 | KENNETH REICH AND ROBERT D. DAVILA, Times Staff Writers
The cutting of a cable television company's power lines, blacking out the second half of Sunday's Lakers championship game for 20,000 Eagle Rock-area customers, prompted charges from the company Monday that a "gangster" element in its workers' labor union is committing sabotage. Leonard Tow, president of Century Southwest Cable Television Inc.
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August 8, 1988 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
Sgt. Tommy Thomson and Detective Steve Smith don't like to belabor the point, but as members of the Los Angeles Police Department's labor relations unit, they just can't help it. "We don't take sides with management or the unions," Thomson said. "We're nobody's pawn," Smith said.
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