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The State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) and the Lamont administration met July 8, 2019 to work on the details of a re-amortization of the state pension fund.  

Seeking the same rights and protections that other employees have gained through unionization, 54 public service workers in Manchester joined the Council 4 union family.

AFSCME is on a roll. We are notching victories coast to coast – at the bargaining table, in the organizing trenches and in state capitals.

Oct. 26, 2017 -- The Connecticut General Assembly has reached agreement on a two-year, $41.3 billion budget. The budget passed both chambers by veto proof margins of 33-3 in the State Senate and 126-23 in the House of Representatives.

More than a month after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, nearly 1 million Americans (of the 3.5 million who live on the island) still have no drinking water.

Bill Seedman’s father once told him the worst thing in the world is wanting to work but not being able to find a job. Today, those words are echoed in Seedman’s devotion to his work at the Connecticut Department of Social Services, where he helps deliver education and training to people seeking work.

Oct. 20, 2017 -- Nearly two weeks have gone by, and there is still no agreement in the contract dispute between Anthem and Hartford Healthcare. Those of you covered by Anthem should have received a letter from both corporations and from the Comptroller's office explaining the situation.

Representatives of the 15 unions in the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) yesterday reached agreement with the administration of Governor Dannel P. Malloy to restructure state employee pension fund payments. The agreement does not impact members' retirement benefits or require increased employee contributions; it does, however, stabilize pensions by ensuring obligations to current and future retirees are fully funded.