Fla. police union sues over public records in pay dispute


By Matt Galnor
Florida Times-Union

The Fraternal Order of Police wants a judge to decide if Jacksonville is illegally charging for and holding back public records pertinent to contract negotiations.

The public records issue was a focal point of collective bargaining sessions, beginning when FOP President Nelson Cuba filed an 85-point records request in the first session.

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