Residents, firefighters oppose EMS privatization in Ind. city

Hobart, Ind., residents have urged the City Council not to privatize emergency medical services. One man says he would be willing to pay more taxes to keep EMS at its level of service. The firefighters union also opposes the move, and its executive board has agreed to pay for a study showing "that this is not a good idea for the city of Hobart," the union's president said.

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