Judge Abruptly Adjourns Labor Department's Fight with Google

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A Labor Department judge adjourned a bench trial scheduled to close Friday evening as Google's attorneys needed to discuss a "significant matter."

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  • F. Hayek

    The government should be determined to keep taxpayer costs down by embracing any and all cost savings that government contractors can realize, including not paying indolent losers as much as competent go-getters. Why is my government forcing contractors to raise their costs with silly social justice diktats that‘ll end up costing me money? I don‘t care who‘s paid what. That‘s between and employer and employee. I just want government contracting to cost as little as possible.

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