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Sound Off CT: How About That Union Deal?Keith Phaneuf, state budget reporter for talks the concessions deal.  The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives Monday evening narrowly approved the state employees’ concessions deal that is expected to save as much as $1.57 billion this fiscal year and next combined. 
Ray Dunaway: Latest Votes In The CapitolSpeaker of the House Joe Aresimowicz shares the latest on votes in the Capitol, the Labor Agreement, Affordable Housing, and more.
Ray Dunaway: The Cost of Cutting KasperskyThe U.S. General Services Administration has removed Kaspersky Lab from its list of approved vendors for federal systems, which also eliminates the discounts it previously offered to state governments.
Ray Dunaway: Christmas In July?Carol Platt Liebau is president of the Yankee Institute for Public Policy, and she discusses the concessions deal... including a $104 million lump sum payment.
Ray Dunaway: Laying the Blame on Immigrants?Chris Powell, managing editor of the Journal Inquirer in Manchester, asserts that the heartbreak of deportation is immigrants' own doing. Find out why he says this...
Ray Dunaway: How Students Can Avoid Financial DisasterHoward Schwartz, Executive Communications Director with the Better Business Bureau talks students and the financial perils they face. The Connecticut BBB explains how students can avoid financial disaster. Students lose money and risk identity theft through debt relief scams.

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