Federal Judges Delay Building To Save Money

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Federal judges will delay court construction projects around the country, writes the Associated Press. The move is part of cost-cutting that will save $225 million and avoid laying off up to 3,500 employees. The U.S. Judicial Conference shut down planned projects in 42 cities after 1,000 jobs were cut in the last year. The conference
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