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With no budget, no pay, Bishop may turn to ‘begging’

Published February 10, 2013

With no budget, no pay, Bishop may turn to ‘begging’ by Thomas Burr And Matt Canham The Salt Lake Tribune Published Feb 10, 2013 01:01AM MDT Washington • Congress passed the much-heralded rule recently that would hold members’ paychecks hostage if they don’t pass a budget. And while there are many millionaires who might not even flinch at the idea, there are others who could take a serious hit. Take Rep. Rob Bishop. The Utah Republican is a former high school teacher who relies on his federal paycheck to pay for his apartment in Washington, home in Brigham City and anything else. He says should the House not pass a budget, it will be... Copyright 2013 The Salt Lake Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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