SEPTA police go on strike

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PHILADELPHIA – The police force of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority has gone on strike as of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Philadelphia Enquirer reports. The agency has 270 officers.

SEPTA expects to deploy its 49 supervisors to patrol during the labor action, who will receive assistance from city police.

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