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HARTFORD, CT — The coalition of labor unions including the Connecticut AFL-CIO, Connecticut Education Association (CEA), State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC), and Connecticut Service E

New Britain, CT–Organized labor in Connecticut criticized the Lamont administration for allowing the Department of Labor to enter into a no-bid agreements with two Virginia-based corporation

Dan McGinley of Local 1303-087 (Putnam Board of Education) is a school custodian whose love of blues music provides the perfect thematic accompaniment for the age of COVID-19.

AFSCME members in good standing are invited to attend any of our offered trainings that range in topics from how to effectively run a meeting to handling grievances and treasurer finances. 

Just days after the majority of Connecticut students physically returned to the classroom, more than a dozen school districts across the state reported positive COVID-19 cases.

From taking away health care to opposing an increase in the minimum wage; from encouraging offshoring to obstructing fair union elections, the Trump administration over the past four years has done

Contact your legislators and Gov. Lamont and urge them to put a stop to the privatization of vital services at the state Department of Labor.

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