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Biden eyeing 2.7% federal pay raise in 2022 

The Biden administration is expected to propose a 2.7% federal pay raise for civilian federal employees in 2022. 

Months after his death, loved ones are still waiting for a payout from his employer, the TSA 

The union representing a Transportation Security Administration worker who died of COVID-19 in Hawaii said the federal agency is stonewalling them on their request for workers’ compensation death benefits for his family. 

Unions demand Biden cancel student debt for public service workers 

Labor unions are making a new push to get the Education Department to use executive action to forgive the student loans of Americans working in public service jobs — the latest pressure from the left for the Biden administration to act more aggressively on student debt relief. 

Biden Proposes $28B to Revamp Federal Buildings, More for Electrified Federal Fleet 

The president would carve out $18 billion to modernize the Veterans Affairs Department’s hospitals and clinics and $10 billion for all other federal buildings.

Regan Brings State Successes To Federal Environmental Role 

 With Administrator Regan at the helm, science will once again be at the forefront of EPA decision-making and the agency can achieve its mission of protecting human health and the environment, said AFGE Council 238 President Gary Morton. 

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