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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dana Redd
Two months after layoffs decimated the ranks of Camden's police and fire departments in a city that ranks as one of the nation's poorest and most crime-ridden, the departments are getting a boost amid worsening crime.
Some firefighters turned in their helmets and police officers their badges Tuesday as part of deep municipal layoffs destined to further erode the quality of life in Camden, already one of the nation's most impoverished and crime-ridden cities.
Miss Redd said a proposal to the rank-and-file police union, the Fraternal Order of Police, was to be voted on Wednesday.
she said that if the unions agree to concessions, about 100 police officers and most of the firefighters could be brought back.