LABOR: Help Wanted

The White House faced a labor problem all its own. Because the U.S. Secret Service work week was recently cut from 48 hours to 40, it had to ask last week for 23 more T-men to fill in the extra shifts needed for the presidential bodyguard and other Secret Service chores.


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