A series of recent decisions regarding pay, benefits and union rights have soured President Bush’s relationship with federal labor leaders and many of the people they represent. But the damage is not necessarily permanent.
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After Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., announced he would step down as majority leader, Sen. Bill Frist, R-Tenn., quickly emerged as the leading candidate to replace him.
A nearly 20-year-old special rates back pay case involving hundreds of thousands of current and former federal employees was resolved Friday when a federal judge gave final approval to a $173.5 million settlement.