The supervisors’ chambers were filled with a throng of public employees last month—many of them firemen, appearing like a wall of flames in red union shirts—and citizens pushing for reform to the county’s retirement benefits. 

“I am a Marin public fireman, and I am definitely not from Sausalito. I can’t afford to . . .

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