Voters will soon decide whether to repeal the collective bargaining rights of San Antonio police officers. City officials announced Thursday that a petition filed by the anti-police group Fix SAPD has been validated with more than 20-thousand signatures. Voters will decide on May 1st whether to opt out of a state law that provides collective bargaining rights for police officers. The San Antonio Police Officers Association opposes the move. Negotiations for a new contract between the city and the union are set to start a week from today.
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