The federal government violated labor laws by requiring certain employees to work without pay during last year’s government shutdown, even though they were paid later on, a federal judge has ruled.

Chief Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims on July 31 denied the government’s effort to dismiss the lawsuit, which was filed in November by a group of federal employees who worked during the shutdown.

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