Ervin Atkins, left, a federal employee at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, doesn?t think its fair that federal civilian employees have to suffer a government-wide furlough while foreign countries like Egypt receive U.S. aid. He and about a dozen other union members of American Federation of Federal Employees Local 1951 picketed Wednesday afternoon near Beaufort City Hall in Beaufort.
Ervin Atkins, left, a federal employee at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, doesn?t think its fair that federal civilian employees have to suffer a government-wide furlough while foreign countries like Egypt receive U.S. aid. He and about a dozen other union members of American Federation of Federal Employees Local 1951 picketed Wednesday afternoon near Beaufort City Hall in Beaufort. Bob Sofaly
Ervin Atkins, left, a federal employee at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, doesn?t think its fair that federal civilian employees have to suffer a government-wide furlough while foreign countries like Egypt receive U.S. aid. He and about a dozen other union members of American Federation of Federal Employees Local 1951 picketed Wednesday afternoon near Beaufort City Hall in Beaufort. Bob Sofaly

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