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Police pension Measure SSS raises too much doubt to support

On its face, Measure SSS — which will be on the Nov. 8 ballot just for voters in the city of Los Angeles — seems straightforward. It would move new hires at the L.A. Airport Police Department into the same pension plan as other police and fire department employees in the city, Los Angeles Fire...
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