Holder Postpones Furlough Decisions Until Mid-April
By | March 28, 2013 6:10 pm

Attorney General Eric Holder says he is postponing until mid-April a decision about whether to furlough any Justice Department employees.

In a memo to all employees, Holder says the department is still working on how best to deal with automatic budget cuts of $1.6 billion that became effective March 1. (Read more)

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