Pennsylvania’s binding arbitration law stunting police reform, officials say

Pennsylvania’s binding arbitration law stunting police reform, officials say

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw agreed that police arbitrators wield too much power and often stunt the department’s attempts to fire bad cops.

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