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Court Nullifies Pension Agreement Between Pension Fund and City Due to Violation of Florida's Sunshine Law
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Jan. 5, 2014
"Jacksonville policemen and firefighters along with union representatives filed suit in federal court to protect a 30-year agreement previously made between the city of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Police and Fire Pension Fund Board of Trustees. A suit was filed on behalf of The Florida Times-Union in state court based on the Florida Sunshine Law asking the judge to nullify the agreement and require the city, unions and pension fund to negotiate any new plan in full public view. The judge's decision was made in favor of the Times-Union and it has national implications for states with Sunshine Laws similar to those in Florida."

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