THIS IS WHY WE NEED TO FIGHT:
"At the end of the day other states do not have to participate in collective bargaining for their health care issues," O'Leary said. "We’re suggesting it’s very difficult in the state of Connecticut under the current labor agreements and under binding arbitration.”
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HARTFORD, CT — Leadership of the state’s largest municipal lobby told a task force Tuesday that pensions and health care benefits should not be part of collective bargaining for municipal employees.
OUR MUNICIPAL LEADERS WANT TO STEAL OUR RIGHTS AND BENEFITS - WE ARE GOING TO FIGHT THIS WITH YOUR HELP.
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