Monday, July 20, 2020

Kansas City Fears Federal Corona Furloughs

A look at government getting smaller as Kansas City's biggest employer - The Federal Government - Starts to shrink amid worsening economic harsh times. Read more:

Thousands of federal employees face furloughs due to pandemic impact on budget

I WILL HAVE THAT BREAKDOWN USING FUTURESCAN I HAD. -- AHEAD. HALE TONIGHT, MORE THAN 13,000 PEOPLE WHO WORK FOR CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES IN THE U.S. ARE BRACING FOR FURLOUGHS. HERE IN THE KANSAS CITY METRO, THAT MEANS MORE THAN 2,000 PEOPLE THAT COULD BE OUT OF A JOB IN TWO WEEKS.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...


I know for a fact this is not true!

Anonymous said...

No value in immigration services employees if immigration services has effectively been shut down by the current administration. The federal employees can sit home only so long collecting a paycheck and not doing work.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet it is. Weird.

Anonymous said...

The entire population except REAL essentials will need Uncle Sam checks by October.

Anonymous said...

Cleaver is spearheading Congress with a bill to keep CIS funded. Most CIS operational costs come from fees. If your immigrant girlfriend from Slovenia wants to bring her family here that process done legally is going to cost you.