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Category: General News
WA State Employees Pay Cuts Restored
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington state employees won't be getting a raise this year but will see a pay cut restored. The Olympian reports that as of July 1, the new state budget brings workers' wages back to 2011 levels. Most of the state's 59,000 workers will be eligible for 1 percent raises in July 2014 if state revenue recovers enough to cover a provision in their contracts.