Trump appointees’ pay raise put on hold because of government shutdown

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      WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal agencies were directed late Friday to hold off enacting pay raises for top administration officials during a government shutdown that has left hundreds of thousands of federal workers without pay.

      The guidance was issued in a memo from Margaret Weichert, the acting director of the Office of Personnel Management.

      The raises were the result of a pay freeze for top federal officials, including the vice president and cabinet secretaries, that was on the verge of expiring because of the shutdown.

      I feel much better since I gave up hope.

      "If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there’d be peace." – John Lennon

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      retired liberal
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      We are an arrogant species, believing our fantasy based "facts" are better than the other person's fake facts.
      If Row vs. Wade is overturned, women could lose the right to not get pregnant in 26 states.
      The Republicans are four year olds. The Democrats are six year olds. There are no grownups.
      Normalizing insanity has been the conservative's sweet spot at very least since the beginning..

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        HalfCentury Man
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        Their pay raises were held up because somebody reported on it. They couldn’t hide it.

        Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.

        John F. Kennedy: 13 March 1962.

    • #9173
      a little weird
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      They shouldn’t be getting paid at all during the shutdown.

    • #9183
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      They realized they had a major image problem with that.

      I don't waste my time teaching pigs to sing.

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