Phased-in retirement, Hatch Act, and whistleblower improvements

July 3, 2012 - 01:30 PM
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Congress approved legislation on Friday to preserve jobs on transportation projects and freeze some student loan interest rates at 3.4 percent. The bill spends $100 billion on highway, mass transit, and other programs over the next two years.

The bipartisan compromise is sprinkled with a few extras -- like Asian carp, roll-your-own tobacco, and federal timber aid.

The Washington Post's "Federal Diary" Columnist Joe Davidson outlined how it impacts federal workers on Capital Insider.

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