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No more medical probes - North Las Vegas
Annual savings: $35,000

North Las Vegas likes to be sure its city executives are in tip-top health -- but starting next year, they're on their own.

The city traditionally offered free checkups to city council members, city managers and department directors.

Fewer than five employees actually use the benefit, which costs the city $35,000 annually. But in attempt to slim its 2010 and 2011 budgets down by $10 million, North Las Vegas is killing the health exam.

NEXT: School's out - Utah (statewide)

Last updated March 11 2010: 1:59 PM ET
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