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A third public employee union might soon throw its support behind a new public safety sales tax being pushed by Albuquerque's police and fire unions.
The Albuquerque Officers Association, which represents about 400 corrections workers and city security guards, plans to meet with police and fire union leaders soon to discuss the idea.
"We're for it," jail workers union President Anthony Marquez said Monday. "We've talked about it before."
Jeff Remington, the vice president of the Albuquerque Police Officers Association, said it's too soon to tell if the corrections workers will be …