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Cafeteria benefit plans draw fire at hearing

A House subcommittee chairman pushed the idea of cafeteria-style benefit plans for federal employees at a hearing Tuesday, but labor leaders said the idea would simply shift costs from the government to workers.

New INS tracking system for foreign students will likely be delayed

The Immigration and Naturalization Service’s new automated system for tracking foreign students living in the United States will probably not be ready by the end of January, as currently scheduled, according to a new report from the Justice Department’s inspector general.

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