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|Friday, March 11, 2011|
House Bill 2932 would have Oregon plan and implement a four-day workweek for state workers, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Although it is unlikely to be implemented soon, the bill proposes one way of fixing the state's current budget gap.
Read more at the Statesman Journal.
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