No Football for Corzine, New Jersey State Workers
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.
One person not hanging out watching football today: New Jersey Governor John Corzine. That's because he and about 80,000 state employees are going to work. Corzine reversed the decades-old tradition of giving state workers the day after Thanksgiving off as a paid holiday. That the governor is working doesn't impress the head of one local union, who said, what's he got to lose? He can take the state helicopter.
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