Pennsylvania braces for government shutdown; parks would close
The threat of a partial government shutdown loomed over Pennsylvania on Friday, with national parks announcing they will close unless the budget impasse in Washington is resolved and tens of thousands of federal workers who live and work in the state facing the prospect of furlough.
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#1 Sep 28, 2013
We won't miss you when you're gone . In the last two years the Pa legislature paid 258 of its workers more than 4.2 million to quit early by giving them a buyout. In many cases the buyout and early quit gave the workers substantialy more than other workers have earned in decades of work . Regardless, most of these workers were friends of politicians or connected in other ways .
Like I said "we wont miss you when you're gone"
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