All of the 30+ unions have officially ratified their contracts and all of the union contracts were submitted to the CT General Assembly last Friday. The contracts will be given a "fiscal note" and sent to a legislative committee for a vote. Typically, the Appropriations Cmte will take up the contracts first. If the contracts pass in committee, then they will move to the floor of the House and the Senate. Both chambers need to seperately pass the contracts in order to attain final approval. Full House & Senate votes must be done within 30 days of submission, this means the Legislature is supposed to complete its votes on our contracts by the end of April (a Governor's signature is not needed as it was the Governor's Office that achieved the contract agreements).
Proposed Contract Changes
Proposed Wage Scales