Vt. judiciary workers to take 12 unpaid days off

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The Vermont Supreme Court says it has told all judiciary employees in the state to take 12 unpaid days off before June 2010, the end of the 2010 fiscal year.

The court said in a release this week that all courts and courthouses will be closed on the scheduled furlough days. The furlough days are in addition to the half-day court closings implemented earlier.

Renny Perry, the director of Vermont Trial Court operations, says that furloughs were seen as the most manageable way to cut the budget while recognizing that the courts are already strained because of vacancies.

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