August 25 - August 29, 2014

The U.S. Congress is winding up the August vacation it mandated in 1970. It also took off three weeks before March 10, and the House has shortened its 2014 calendar. You’re paying these folks. How much time off should they have in a year?

Answers Votes
1 month 48%
2 weeks 31%
6 weeks 10%
As much as the majority approves 10%

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Tagged categories: Government; Program/Project Management

Comment from Stacie Olson, (8/26/2014, 4:30 PM)

personally I think our politicians spend too much time in Washington and not enough time in the real world in real jobs. They are passing law after law most of which are not necessary an even those that are are not enforced. These people pass bills that they don't read or even vaguely understand the scope and that are filled with pork and special interest.

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