Assessing CT’s Proposed Labor Agreement with David Walker

Posted on May 25, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Did you all get your copy of Sunday’s Connecticut Post?

Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker had a fantastic column in there, “Assessing Connecticut’s Proposed Labor Agreement.”

Walker questions what happens if some of the assumed savings don’t materialize exactly according to the budget’s projections, which is on the minds of many nowadays.

Beyond that, though, Walker questions the lack of transparency present over the past few months of very, very closed door negotiations – and the fairness of such secrecy to the taxpayers who foot the bill for these deals.

It’s a very insightful read.

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