Skip to comments.State workers to say bye-bye to furloughs in July 2014 [NV]
Posted on 04/02/2013 10:50:27 AM PDT by redreno
State employees will no longer have to take unpaid furlough days, starting in July 2014, Gov. Brian Sandoval said. The governors original budget had provided for decreasing furlough days from six to three per year for the next two years. An amended plan calls for three furlough days between July 1 and June 30, 2014, and no furlough days between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015. That means state employees will work and collect pay for nine more days than they worked under the current, two-year state budget.
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I wish our politicians would resolve the furlough issue for us (DoD). I hate the idea of 3 unpaid weeks and despite what a lot of people think, we aren’t likely to get the pay restored. Oh well...many of us are used to being political footballs...or is that feetballs?
What’s this guy “Brian Sandoval” like, is he worth consideration for 2016?
Fiscal conservatives don’t care for him. He refused to support the sunset of about $600 million worth of taxes over a two year period. Seen as a moderate by some. Better then the last Nevada governor, by far.
I doubt that he will face any primary opponents. However, the secretary of state Ross Miller will most likely be his rival in the general election.
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