It has already been done here in CA. I think it will be a common thing in many states even if the public employee unions fight it in court. With no money to pay the states bills something has to be cut.
it was a choice between the furlough or the state shutting down affecting unemployment and health care, two items that are sure to affect peaceful stability,but welfare checks would still go out. Its time for a choice across the globe do some real work or be some real hungry, just this tired of working all day long,7 days a week farmer giving his opinion here
Kansas City, Kansas (technically "Unified Goverment of Wyandotte County",
but whatever) has all their "non-essential" (not cops or fire fighters)
employees on 1 day of unpaid furlough per month. Been that way for
about a year now.
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