MADISON (AP) — The city of Madison could save $2 million under a proposed contract with its largest municipal employees union.
The deal was made possible after a court ruling this month put portions of the state’s public employee collective bargaining law on hold.
Mayor Paul Soglin says the agreement would let the city reduce wages or health benefits by up to three percent, saving about $2 million.
But the union says its members would get security because the contract would prevent further cuts and preserve union rights that the state law would take away, such as grievance arbitration.
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