Thousands of California state attorneys and administrative law judges will go back to a full 40-hour workweek in April after an Alameda County Superior Court judge handed Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger a setback in his furlough plan Wednesday.

Patrick Whalen, general counsel for the labor union that represents attorneys employed by more than 80 state departments, agencies and boards, said Judge Frank Roesch’s order affects about 2,400 of its members. The order also affects members of two other plaintiff unions, and will touch 68 of the state’s special fund departments.

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