How Public Employees Gained Rights in Connecticut to Bargain Over Wages

State Capitol, Hartford, CT (CT Examiner)


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Public employment.  It wasn’t always the best choice for work. And the poor pay was the least of why it wasn’t so compelling.

In the 1960s Connecticut’s municipal and state employees were paid 66...

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