Connecticut’s tentative agreement with state employee union leaders that would save $1.6 billion on labor costs is not expected to be ratified until after the General Assembly adjourns June 8.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says he’s still hopeful a labor savings deal can be reached with the state employee unions, even though time is quickly running out for an agreement.
The two Democratic-controlled budget committees have approved an approximate two-year, $40 billion budget compromise they reached with their party’s governor.
The Democratic-controlled tax-writing committee has approved about $1.5 billion in tax increases for next fiscal year.
The Republican leader of the Connecticut Senate is calling on Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to support efforts to end the practice of making special payments for longevity on the job to veteran state employees.
S&C talk with Ron Pugilese, the president of the East Hartford Chamber of Commerce.
Tom Dudchick of CTCapitolreport.com Joins Ray on this first Day of the new year to give a look ahead and a look back.
S&C chat with Mark Pazniokas about what Governor-elect Dan Malloy is doing to get ready to enter office.
S&C talk with Christine Stuart of CTNewsJunkie.com about Dan Malloy’s transition into office.
Dan Malloy says he is ready to take the problem and turn it around