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In state's Guard pay, an ironic disparity

Mass. employees get less overseas

'THAT CLEARLY IS NOT RIGHT' State Rep. Michael Costello didn't expect his bill to result in less pay for state workers serving overseas in the Guard. 'THAT CLEARLY IS NOT RIGHT'
State Rep. Michael Costello didn't expect his bill to result in less pay for state workers serving overseas in the Guard.
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / April 15, 2009

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For state employees in the Massachusetts National Guard, there is a significant pay disparity between those who serve in-state and those shipped to the battle theaters of Afghanistan and Iraq. (Full article: 1232 words)

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