Lamont Administration Reaches Tentative Agreement with State Employee Unions

State Capitol. CTNewsJunkie.com file photo (courtesy)

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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