Skip to comments.2.5 percent salary cut for state employees could become permanent
Posted on 05/05/2013 9:27:07 AM PDT by redreno
State and university employees may see a temporary 2.5 percent salary reduction solidified into a permanent pay cut.
Gov. Brian Sandovals budget director Jeff Mohlenkamp told a legislative committee Saturday that the administration may amend a bill to make those salary reductions permanent.
As written now, Senate Bill 483 extends current 2.5 percent salary reductions until June 30, 2015, at which time theyd go away and employees would get 2.5 percent of their salaries back.
We would seek to modify that bill to make the pay cut permanent, and then we would make the affirmative decision to restore the pay (later), Mohlenkamp told legislators. Whether we'll have that money or not is not known based on all the other expenditure pressures we have.
(Excerpt) Read more at lasvegassun.com ...
How about a 25% reduction in “pay” for welfare recipients under the age of 65?
Wake me when they fire 25%, reduce pay 25%, and reduce pension payouts 25%.
Just apply sequestration to all but Law Enforcement and Fire.
It’s a start.
There are at least a handful of ways govt takers get more money. This 2.5% cut will put a HUGE DENT in their merit pay, step increases, promotions, overtime, education-benefit increases, and on and on... /sar
Good for Sandoval. It has to happen. The RATs still think that they can offer the “free lunch.”
(shrug) At least in this case they're "taking it" from themselves.
Works for me.
But they might quit and take their skills to the private sector!
What’s that? They have no skills?
"Congress is not empowered to tax for those purposes which are within the exclusive province of the States." --Justice John Marshall, Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824.
So the consequences of Nevada's socialistic educators not teaching the Constitution as the Founding States had intended for it to be understood is now threatening to come full circle to hit their wallets even harder.
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