“I’m a public servant, and I’m not a public slave.” Colorado DA defends 6 1/2 weeks vacation

“I’m a public servant, and I’m not a public slave.” Colorado DA defends 6 1/2 weeks vacation

Katy Canada (Denver Post)- Colorado’s 5th Judicial District Attorney Bruce Brown took more than 6½ weeks off work in 2015, an amount far greater than that taken by his senior attorneys and some of his peers.

Brown, elected in 2013 and seeking re-election this year, said the rules spelled out in the district’s time-off policy don’t apply to him because he’s an elected official. He also said he isn’t required to keep track of how many vacation days he takes.

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