Plan To Save Connecticut From Financial Chaos

Governor Dan Malloy says the framework  of an agreement with state employee unions will save the state  20-billion dollars.  

Malloy says the wage, benefit and pension savings  will be realized over the next two decades if the deal is ratified.  

It  would increase employee pension payments, redesign the state worker  health insurance plan and increase prescription drug co-pays.  

Malloy  says the deal would provide the unions with job security through June of  2020.

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