Bill: Lawmakers could sue employers who fire them over time spent in Olympia
While certain bills in the state Senate look to punish lawmakers for not getting done on time, new legislation introduced in the state House Friday tries to ensure lawmakers can keep their regular jobs -- even if they're stuck at the Capitol for six months .
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#1 Jan 19, 2014
So, they drag their feet with silly, bull-headed arguing, can't ever compromise on anything, cause the session to run over because of their bickering, then expect their other employers to bite the bullet by holding a job for them when they can't do the job that taxpayers are paying them to do? Really????? Their other employers should fire them and SO SHOULD THE TAXPAYERS.
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