A State worker with ties to State Sen. Randy Hopper is being paid $11,000 more annually than her predecessor in a position at the department of regulation and licensing. State officials Friday said the woman's predecessor left the position in January, with a salary equivalent to $31,200 annually. No explanation was given for the new hire's higher pay.Couldn't have been seniority: the new hire is only 26. And of course January coincides with the installation of the new Republican regime.
There's mos. def. more in the Hopper on this one.
Via Tony Galli:* Salary boosted for worker with ties to Hopper
* I think there's actually a street in Rome called that.