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Sunday, April 29, 2007

What Jerry Green pays his staff

The Courier runs a story today ("Legislative aides' pay not as good as benefits") on the pay practices -- and perks -- regarding legislative aides.

The chief benefit pointed out in the story is how even a $1,500 annual stipend boosts the pension for legislative aides.

The Courier should be praised for putting the entire database of legislative aides and their job histories on the Internet.

Here is how Assemblyman Green spreads his staff allocation --


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For comparative purposes, you may want to check out how Assemblywoman Linda Stender does it --


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If you're curious, here are direct links to the historical figures for legislative aides for Assemblyman Jerry Green (D-22 --

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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

What's your point?