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The issue: City finances

UNION CONTRACTS Menino and Hennigan have different ideas on handling unions, such as police, whose contract dispute was settled last year before the Democratic National Convention.
UNION CONTRACTS Menino and Hennigan have different ideas on handling unions, such as police, whose contract dispute was settled last year before the Democratic National Convention. (Globe Staff File Photo / Jonathan Wiggs) Globe Staff File Photo / Jonathan Wiggs
By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / November 4, 2005

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They disagree on numbers -- how much the city holds in reserve -- and on style -- how to deal with union leaders who pressure the city for raises. (Full article: 2201 words)

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