SACRAMENTO - Vallejo, Calif., and its unions continued to negotiate in earnest this week, even as they fought over the city's bankruptcy court motion to reject its collective bargaining agreement in a federal court here.

Negotiations have netted contract agreements with two of the city's four unions - the Vallejo Police Officers Association and the Confidential, Administrative, Management, and Professional Employees union - and a fresh offer to a third bargaining group, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. But the city and the International Association of Firefighters remain at odds.

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