Pay your taxes or get a pink slip. That’s the word to more than 2,000 state employees who didn’t pay their taxes or even file returns last year. A new state law requires the employees to file and pay their state income taxes owed. A list of those in arrears was given to the chief administrative officers in those employees’ branches of government last month. The employees have 45 days to pay or at least respond to the Revenue Department from the time they are notified. The list of names is not available to the public.