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Labor Threatens To Sue If Legislators Pursue Collective Bargaining Changes »
Little Progress Following Budget Discussions »
Up Next? A $3.5 Billion Budget Deficit »
Wyman Breaks Tie In Favor of $1.57B Labor Deal »
Senate Kept In Suspense By 3 Senators »
OP-ED | Saving Taxpayers $24 billion Over the Next 20 Years »
Budget Stalemate Begins To Take Its Toll »
Lawmakers Could Change Labor Contract, But Constitutional Hurdles Exist »
Attention Turns To Three Senators Still on the Fence »
House Sends Labor Agreement to Senate »
Day 21 And Still No Budget »
OP-ED | Reject Too-Costly Union Deal »
Unions Ratify Labor Savings, General Assembly Up Next »
Down To The Wire, Republican Leader’s Request For Contracts Is Ignored »
Malloy Says Lawmakers Need To ‘Check Their Egos At the Door’ »
Republicans Clarify Changes They Want to Make To Labor; Unions Warn Against Them »
Republicans Offer Budget Proposal, But There’s Still No Compromise »
Rank-And-File Union Members Will Decide On Concession Deal »
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 »