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Trump’s budget calls for hits on federal employee retirement programs

The budget proposal President Trump plans to unveil Tuesday would give to federal employees with one hand, while taking away with five others. It calls for a 1.9 percent pay raise in January for civilian workers and a 2.1 percent hike for the military. But in real terms, the civilian increase would be less than […]
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