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Does a bill to buy out all CSRS employees exist?

Rumors abound about a bill that would offer buyouts to all employees in the Civil Service Retirement System. The bill most often cited is HR 28344. This is an old hoax and no such bill exists. The faux bill is allegedly sponsored by two members of Congress who don't exist ("Bill Chavez D-N.M." and "Lynn Faust D-Calif.")

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