Kansas City Police Drop Fees for Non-Union Members
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Officers who don't belong to the Kansas City police union won't be forced to pay fees.
The leaders of the Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police dropped the fee-collection effort, saying the issue had become too divisive. Beginning Monday, non-members were supposed to start paying their "fair share" of the FOP's collective bargaining legal fees.
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