Governor Malloy has announced a major deal with the state labor unions that will affect state budgets for decades to come.
Lori Pelletier is resigning as leader of Connecticut’s largest labor federation to take a job in Washington, D.C.
Another agreement has been reached with Connecticut state employee union leaders on a plan to extend the schedule for paying off pension liability, a move designed to provide budget relief.
A Connecticut police union has filed a labor complaint because officers have been told to carry an overdose reversal drug, a directive not included in their contract.
Anti-poverty advocates are planning a rally at the Connecticut state Capitol to call for higher wages, the right for all workers to join unions and free tuition at public colleges.
On this edition of Capitol Report “After Hours,” the panel discusses a recent attack ad launched by one of the state’s labor unions.
Several Connecticut state parks are already full to capacity and closed this Labor Day.
Connecticut’s largest association of cities and towns has launched an online advertising campaign, urging state lawmakers to pass legislation the group says will protect municipalities from expensive bond rating downgrades.
A special panel called the “Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth” is approaching their deadline at the Capitol.
Just a few days before one of the busiest travel weekends of the year food service workers at the highway service plaza in Darien held a rally. Elected officials and union members stood in front of the rest area demanding higher wages and more benefits for service plaza workers.