SOUND OFF: Should first responders pay more for health coverage?
Chamber of Commerce releasing findings of community survey
The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is releasing findings on a survey on whether or not police and fire personnel should be asked to pay a larger share of their healthcare coverage.
The survey found that 59% of the 500 registered voters surveyed believed uniformed employees should contribute more to their healthcare costs.
Currently, San Antonio's uniformed first responders do not currently pay health insurance premiums.
We want to know what you think. Should San Antonio's police and fire personnel pay an increased share of their healthcare costs?
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