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Diana Furchtgott-Roth: The federal employees who don't work for taxpayers

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In a new report issued on Feb. 15, just before a federal holiday and a congressional recess, the Office of Personnel Management announced that the government paid more than $156 million in 2011 for some of its employees to work as representatives for government unions, up from $139 million in 2010 and $129 million in 2009. Government employees spent more than 3.4 million hours in 2011 not...

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