Oakland Police Union Could Take Hit 

Judge Thelton Henderson, who is overseeing the police department, may take away arbitration from the union if he puts OPD in receivership.

The Oakland Police Officers' Association is one of the city's most influential political lobbies. At election time, the union typically outspends all other special interests in Oakland, as it backs politicians who are friendly to its cause and opposes those who are…

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