Up to 400 firefighters could be laid off in mayor's plan to implement Prop B
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HOUSTON - Up to 400 Houston firefighters could be laid off in order to implement the pay raises for Proposition B, according to the mayor’s office and several City Council members.

In November, voters approved Proposition B, which allows for firefighters to be paid the same as Houston police officers.


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