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Too Big To Manage: Public pays for government unions to lobby for more federal spending

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Witold Skwierczynski has not done work for the Social Security Administration for more than 30 years, even though he was paid by the agency as a claims representative the entire time. Instead, he spends his days on full-time release from his regular job to work for his federal employee union. The practice is called "official time," a creation of the 1978 Civil Service Reform Act. It allows...

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