Governor Malloy Says Deal Is In Place

Governor Dan Malloy says a tentative  agreement on concessions is in place with state employee labor unions.   

Malloy says the deal will save the state one and a half-billion-dollars  over the next two fiscal years.  

Legislative Republicans say the  concessions should have gone deeper, as the state is facing a  five-billion-dollar deficit over those same two years.  

The concessions  include increased emergency room and prescription drug co-pays, and the  introduction of 401K retirement plans for state workers.

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