Correction

March 14, 1991

A story in yesterday's Evening Sun said state workers scheduled to work a 35.5-hour week receive premium pay for work beyond 35.5 hours. The workers in fact receive pay at a straight-time rate for work up to 40 hours and time-and-a-half pay after 40 hours. The Evening Sun regrets the error.

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