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Trump imposes hiring freeze for federal workers, worrying Maryland

Trump imposes hiring freeze for federal workers, worrying Maryland

President Donald J. Trump on Monday declared a hiring freeze for nonmilitary federal workers, fulfilling a key campaign promise in what could be the first step toward a broader downsizing of the government workforce. The moves are being closely watched in Maryland, home to some 300,000 federal workers...

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