Former state representative Victor Cuevas, D - Waterbury, was sentenced to one year probation and a $1,000 fine for conspiracy to commit bank fraud. This the latest in a string of incidents for Cuevas. Cuevas
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Part of the orientation is a 30-minute “union-only” session of the training, during which members SEIU 1199 organizers discuss workers' rights and the benefits of joining a union. The union then tries to get PCAs
The Connecticut Department of Labor released Thursday job numbers for September showing a loss of 5,200 non-farm jobs in the state. “Connecticut saw job losses in September for the third month in a row and
Connecticut assistant attorneys general voted to join the American Federation of Teachers via mail-in ballot on Tuesday. The ballots, which were mailed out October 4, tallied 101-64, according to the Connecticut State Labor Relations Board.
Connecticut is one of only eight states in the nation that allows “fusion voting,” a system that allows a candidate to appear more than once on the ballot and the nominee for two or more
Renters using Section 8 housing vouchers were allegedly charged higher rents than unassisted renters in Hartford, according to an action filed in the U.S. District Court for Connecticut. The action claimed that Imagineers LLC which