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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The Fraternal Order of Police and other city unions begin voting Tuesday on a plan that could save over 100 jobs.
City council members came up with a plan over the weekend, asking union employees to take unpaid days off. Without concessions by the unions, more than 150 city employees will get pink slips.
Voting starts Tuesday and runs through Saturday.
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