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Judge Won't Force The Government To Pay Workers During Shutdown

Newsy Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Judge Won't Force The Government To Pay Workers During ShutdownWatch VideoA federal judge has denied requests to make the Trump administration pay federal employees who are working during the partial government shutdown.

On Tuesday, the judge refused to issue temporary restraining orders requested by the National Air Traffic Controllers Association, the National Treasury Employees Union...
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A federal judge refused to issue temporary restraining orders requested by two unions and a group of individual employees.

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