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Sharpton Gets Heated Over CA Pension Reform

SAN DIEGO - Civil rights leader Al Sharpton is talking about the pension reform initiative. Sharpton says the City's proposed pension reform initiative is a civil rights violation, and that attention should instead be placed on taxing the wealthy.

 



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