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Weather Service head cross-wired with Congress: Resigns

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May 30, 2012

Jack Hayes was head of the National Weather Service and had to resign because he employed management discretion to move money around to fund needed upgrades in various offices. The trouble is that in government, management discretion is on a... full story

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