Can government employees accept gifts from inside sources?

Answer Government employees are prohibited from giving or soliciting contributions for gifts from their subordinates or superiors. They cannot accept gifts from employees who receive less pay. Exceptions ... Read More »

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Is it illegal for USPS employees to accept gifts?

According to Philly Burbs mailmen working for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) cannot accept any amount of cash gifts. However, they can take non-cash gifts with a value under $20, such as a gift car... Read More »

Can New Jersey school employees accept gifts from vendors?

No, New Jersey school employees cannot accept gifts from vendors. According to the New Jersey State Ethics Commission, any personal gift from a current or prospective vendor to public employees is ... Read More »

Are Amtrak employees government employees?

Amtrak workers are not government employees. Amtrak is a privately owned corporation with its own employees, although it receives heavy subsidies from the government. Congress votes on its funding ... Read More »

Why should taxpayers accept anything less than the healthcare of our employees (Obama et al) are we less human?

Well, I think "mommanuke" may have unwittingly nuked her youthful brain because she never even answered your question in big, bold letters, but went off on you for getting irrational just because y... Read More »