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Wednesday, August 13, 2008


August 13, 2008

I am on vacation in New York State, so will write only briefly. Various news sources report that the Governor and the Attorney General did not read the Constitution of Utah before changing the State's work day to a ten hour day, four days a week. The Constitution says, in Article XVI, Section 6, that all state employees shall work only eight hour days. Now the Attorney General says that there is "enough ambiguity" in the Constitution to defend the State against any law suits on the subject. I fail to see the ambiguity. why not just admit that you blew it and didn't do your job?

Had enough? See previous blogs for ways to help change things. More soon.


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