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Haiku News: The San Antonio Fire Union Takes a Victory Lap

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Fire Union Prez Chris Steele reads the union's proposed charter amendments at a press conference. - SANFORD NOWLIN
  • Sanford Nowlin
  • Fire Union Prez Chris Steele reads the union's proposed charter amendments at a press conference.

First Sheryl Sculley
Then the City's dropped lawsuit
Touché, Mr. Steele

Hours After Sculley's Announced Retirement, San Antonio Drops Its Lawsuit Against the Fire Union

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