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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D. introduces measure to provide new flexibilities to attract workers to remote locations.
The chamber passed a bill tying performance awards to stronger oversight of department’s vehicle fleets.
The next data point comes out on Friday, but it’s too soon to tell if retirees will receive a modest boost, or no COLA, next year.
Union sees mostly victories in arbitration award, though workers will pay more for health care.
The upper chamber wants to limit preferential treatment, but a House bill would prohibit changes to the long-standing practice.
Spending measure would also roll back court’s approval of punishing employee who refused to break rules.
A separate measure would boost the use of car and bike sharing across government.
When you retire, you’ll face choices about tax withholding from your benefit check.
House legislation also includes more accountability measures for all employees.