New Jersey: Unions Now Want to be Paid For Not Being Sick

Katie Pavlich
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Posted: May 20, 2011 9:59 AM
The unions in New Jersey never seem to quit and they just don't get it. Public workers and the legislature in the Garden State want Governor Chris Christie to sign a bill that would not only bump sick leave liabilities from $800 million to $3.25 billion (which the state doesn't have), but would pay government workers cash for unused sick days, or in other words, for not getting sick.