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Push to scrap police details is anti-union fantasy

June 28, 2008

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DESPITE THE opinion of David Tuerck ("Scrap the police details," Op-ed, June 20) and the flawed studies of his Beacon Hill Institute, there is no real evidence that replacing police with flaggers will save anyone money. Tuerck builds up a series of unfounded hypothetical scenarios to "prove" how flaggers will save money: If private companies are established to provide nonunion ... (Full article: 226 words)

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