CT Mirror: AFSCME unit rejects concessions, making ratification unlikely

Posted on June 22, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

As time ticks away this week, Connecticut again waits on the state employees to cast their ballots and decide to accept or reject Gov. Malloy’s proposed concessions deal.

The hopes of that deal being accepted were struck a major blow last night when one of the major bargaining units rejected the deal by a reportedly “narrow” margin.

Read the CT Mirror story, “AFSCME unit rejects concessions, making ratification unlikely.”

Malloy has not released a statement as of yet; Occhiogrosso has stated they are waiting for the entire voting process to end.

We should know in the next few days what this means for Connecticut.


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