No ruling yet in 'double-dipping' case
by AnnistonStar
 Around the State
Apr 20, 2010 | 830 views |  0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

Things still don't seem to be progressing in the battle of how two-year college system employees account for their time in Montgomery if they are in the legislature according to a Gadsden Times report.

The judge in the two-year college system double-dipping lawsuit got the case more than two months ago, but has yet to rule whether employees who serve in the Legislature will be charged leave time to attend House and Senate sessions.

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Montgomery County Circuit Judge Johnny Hardwick on Feb. 5 issued a temporary injunction against the two-year system’s prohibitive work rules for legislators, but hasn’t acted since.

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