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Demonstrators boycott Schwarzenegger's new movie
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- State employees protested Friday outside theaters where a movie in which Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appears opened.
Demonstrators at San Francisco's Metreon were urging people to boycott 'The Expendables.'
They say that's how the governor is making them feel, with his furlough Fridays and his efforts to reduce their salaries to the minimum wage.
The governor is appealing a court ruling suspending the furloughs. He wants them to last until the state has a budget, which is now 44 days overdue.
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