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Federal workers breathe sigh of relief

Atlanta : GA : USA | Jan 02, 2013 at 11:21 AM PST
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ET Federal workers won a short reprieve from expected furloughs, but they could face the threat again in two months. But they can't rest easy for long -- they could still face furloughs later this year. The deal passed by the House late Tuesday found a way to set aside $24 billion to stave off some automatic... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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