'Dangerous' N.J. City Could Lose Half of Force
December 03, 2010
To close a $26.5-million budget gap, city officials in Camden, N.J., have announced plans to lay off half of the city's unionized workers, including police officers, reports the Courier-Post.
The city was recently named the second most dangerous in the nation in the annual CQ Press survey, after holding the top slot the prior year.
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