Gov't. Pay Cut NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports on the Bush administration's decision to cut pay raises for non-military government workers. Cutting the scheduled pay raise one point -- to 3.1 percent -- will save the federal government about $1 billion. The move drew sharp rebukes from union officials. (3:20)
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Bush Cuts Pay Raise for Government Workers

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Bush Cuts Pay Raise for Government Workers

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NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports on the Bush administration's decision to cut pay raises for non-military government workers. Cutting the scheduled pay raise one point — to 3.1 percent — will save the federal government about $1 billion. The move drew sharp rebukes from union officials. (3:20)