Union members are expected to vote on the terms within the next four weeks.
By Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie.com
A coalition of state employee labor unions announced Tuesday it had reached a tentative agreement through negotiations with Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration on new contracts for around 43,000 Connecticut workers.
Labor leaders announced the agreement in a post to the State Employees Bargaining Agent Coalition website, which offered few details on the new contracts aside from a voluntary prescription program that may save some members “hundreds or even thousands of dollars every year.”
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