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Our 12th annual Connecticut Veterans Memorial Picnic is Saturday, May 23, 2015 at the State Veterans Home in Rocky Hill, CT.
New research shows that more young people view unions favorably, including even millennials who are conservative on political issues. It’s a promising trend that bodes well for the future if young people look to improve their conditions by organizing.
The Center for American Progress Action Fund and the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) issued reports recently detailing how the right-to-work (RTW) scam hurts workers by weakening collective bargaining and unions’ ability to negotiate good wages and benefits.
A non-partisan legislative committee will not pursue a feasibility study of replacing state employee pensions with 401(k)-style savings plans.
Read about the settlement of the state union coalition's lawsuit against former Gov. John Rowland and get an updated Q&A.
New research shows that more young people view unions favorably. It’s a promising trend that bodes well for the future.
Get the latest state employee updates on pensions, health care and other related issues.
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