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D.C. Fire/EMS overtime way, way over budget

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Twenty-five employees of the District's fire and emergency medical services department collected nearly $400,000 in overtime through the first five months of the fiscal year, helping to bust the agency's overtime budget with seven months still to go.   Data provided by FEMS to the D.C. Council's public safety committee shows one employee earned $25,027 in overtime between Oct. 1 and...

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