Lexington Fire Station 5 Firefighter Jeremy Bruner, left, with his daughter Maddison, 1, son Clay, 7, daughter Kennedy, 9, and wife Alice and Reigan, 2, held signs outside Lexington Fayette Government Center before a meeting on Oct. 25 to discuss the new health care plans chosen by the city council. The firefighters' union filed suit Monday, alleging violations to a collective bargaining agreement.
Lexington Fire Station 5 Firefighter Jeremy Bruner, left, with his daughter Maddison, 1, son Clay, 7, daughter Kennedy, 9, and wife Alice and Reigan, 2, held signs outside Lexington Fayette Government Center before a meeting on Oct. 25 to discuss the new health care plans chosen by the city council. The firefighters' union filed suit Monday, alleging violations to a collective bargaining agreement.
Lexington Fire Station 5 Firefighter Jeremy Bruner, left, with his daughter Maddison, 1, son Clay, 7, daughter Kennedy, 9, and wife Alice and Reigan, 2, held signs outside Lexington Fayette Government Center before a meeting on Oct. 25 to discuss the new health care plans chosen by the city council. The firefighters' union filed suit Monday, alleging violations to a collective bargaining agreement.

Firefighters' union asks court to block Lexington health care plan changes

November 23, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 08, 2013 07:57 AM

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