State employees haven't had an across-the-board raise in seven years -- but that's not stopping some of their bosses from cashing in.

The 9 Investigates team combed agency agendas and identified more than $250,000 in raises that state boards and commissions have given out to agency heads since this summer. The pay hikes largely coincide with an Aug. 31 study that provided new salary ranges for agency heads.

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