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Mike Osiecki of South Fire District IAFF Local 3918, of Middletown, wears his fire helmet during a rally of union workers in support of unionized public employees in Wisconsin. A(P Photo/Jessica Hill)

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin’s Republican lawmakers re-opened the fight over collective bargaining rights Friday, proposing new police and firefighters pay more for their health insurance and pension benefits.


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