NARFE pledges to continue to fight to defend feds against 'irresponsible plans'
NARFE President Joseph A. Beaudoin said the Association shares the nation's disappointment in the failure of the deficit-cutting congressional supercommittee to reach a bipartisan agreement. "But no deal is better than a bad deal that could have unjustly singled out federal workers and retirees, who already have contributed to deficit reduction," Beaudoin said. "However, under the sequestration process that was created in the event the supercommittee did not succeed, many of the services that Americans depend on will undergo devastating cuts." Beaudoin pledged that "as decisions continue to be made about the future of these services and the federal workers who deliver them to the nation, NARFE and our hundreds of thousands of supporters will continue to inform the debate and defend against irresponsible plans that would unfairly target federal workers and retirees and hinder our ability to protect America's heartbeat."
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