EPA Union Chief Sees Pay Freeze, Rule Rollbacks Exacerbating Staff 'Exodus'

September 26, 2018
The head of a major EPA staff union is attacking President Donald Trump's bid to freeze pay levels for federal employees as a fresh blow to morale for an agency whose staff is already opposed to its current deregulatory agenda, saying it will exacerbate an employee "exodus" that started when EPA pursued major regulatory rollbacks. In an exclusive interview with Inside EPA , Mike Mikulka, president of the Association of Federal Government Employees (AFGE) Local 704, called the plan to...

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