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Nonprofit Community Says Budget Delay Will Hurt Connecticut Residents »
Labor Deal Will Save Nearly $5 Billion In First Five Years »
Republicans Push For More Labor Savings But Are Rejected By Malloy, Unions »
OP-ED | The Unions Are Trapped »
Union Leaders Begin Selling Labor Deal to Members »
Tentative Union Framework Approved By Coalition Leadership, Malloy »
Democratic Lawmakers Breathe Sigh of Relief At Prospect of Union Deal »
Union Framework Released, But No Final Deal »
Union Negotiations Resume Later This Week »
Budget Negotiations Begin, But There’s No Labor Agreement Yet »
Labor Negotiations Reach A Critical Point As Layoff Notices Go Out »
Malloy Expresses Urgency In Labor Negotiations »
Malloy Readies 1,100 Layoff Notices »
Closure of UConn Health Center Fire Department May Have Broader Implications »
Lembo Reports Smaller Budget Surplus »
Appropriations Forwards Pension Deal To General Assembly »
OP-ED | Courage In Short Supply In Pension Discussion »
Malloy, Unions Come to Agreement On Plan to Alleviate Pension ‘Cliff’ »
Assistant Attorneys General Vote in Favor of Union »
Nonpartisan Budget Analysts Peg Deficit At $77.9M »
Six Bargaining Units Get Contract Extensions »
State Employee Unions Continue Fight To Restore Jobs »
OP-ED | What Comes After Layoffs? »
Unions Push For Tax Hikes As Layoffs, Budget Cuts Continue »
Layoffs Begin »
Malloy: Layoffs ‘Could Easily Be Approaching 2,000’ »
Correction Commissioner First To Announce Layoffs »
OP-ED | Unions Have No Good Options »
Layoffs Loom Large As Lawmakers Join In Call For Concessions »
Union Negotiator Says He Has No Authority to Discuss Opening Up Labor Contract »