Pension reductions the Fort Worth City Council approved for its police officers and general employees will stand, after a federal judge dismissed a police-backed lawsuit Tuesday. Pictured is a Fort worth police car on March 12.
Pension reductions the Fort Worth City Council approved for its police officers and general employees will stand, after a federal judge dismissed a police-backed lawsuit Tuesday. Pictured is a Fort worth police car on March 12. Ben Noey Jr. Star-Telegram archives
Pension reductions the Fort Worth City Council approved for its police officers and general employees will stand, after a federal judge dismissed a police-backed lawsuit Tuesday. Pictured is a Fort worth police car on March 12. Ben Noey Jr. Star-Telegram archives

Federal judge dismisses Fort Worth police pension lawsuit

April 08, 2015 12:32 PM

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