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Yankee sues Gov. Dan Malloy

EAST HARTFORD – The Yankee Institute for Public Policy, in concert with the Connecticut Association of Personal Care Assistance, Inc., Personal Care Attendants, and the Connecticut citizens that use their services, sued Governor Dannel P. Malloy today regarding the forced unionization of personal care attendants and day care providers.

Download the complaint here.

To see photos from today’s events, be sure to check out the Yankee Institute’s Facebook page.

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