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I did the steps above, but at first it didn't work. Here's my solution if it doesn't work at first: Close all open dialog boxes. Go back into Properties and changed the symbol to something other than pie. Then, I changed it back to pie, and the steps above worked perfect.
This was caused by a bug as @Javi Santana says in the comments, but it's been fixed already and your map seems to be behaving as expected :-)
Why not make a copy of your layer (right click the layer and choose copy then right-click the data frame and hit paste) and then use a definition query on each layer. for the first one set "SOMEVALUE" >= 0 and then for the other it will be "SOMEVALUE" < 0. For the first one symbolize using graduated symbols and "Red" but then change number of ...
Since these are all separate layers, I suggest using two legends with a split between legend 1 and legend 2 occurring between the Fire Station layer and the Operational Area Station layer. You can then manually arrange the spacing of the legends as you desire. This approach avoids converting to graphics, so your legends will still automatically update.
If this is a set of styles that you apply as part of a routine workflow, it might be worth setting up a QML style file that can be applied to any workspace of the same type. If the styling of elements is thematic (and you know what columns drive the theme) you can build a QML file programmatically straight out of PostgreSQL (assuming you have your data in ...
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