Connecticut

Conn. Workers Sue SEIU for Back Dues

Fallout continues for labor in wake of Supreme Court ruling striking down forced fees

Government workers in Connecticut have filed a class-action suit to recover their wages in the wake of the Supreme Court's ruling against coercive unionism.

Firefighters Want Out of State Union

New suit asserts that state IAFF didn't adequately represent their interests

Photo courtesy of New Haven firefightersFirefighters in New Haven, Conn., are attempting to cut ties with the state union after a dispute over representation and contributions.

Democratic Governor: NRA Has ‘Become a Terrorist Organization’

Dannel Malloy backs call for Connecticut lawmakers to remove any mention of NRA from state laws

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy (D.) came out this week in support of a push for lawmakers to strike any mention of the National Rifle Association from state statutes, saying that the Second Amendment group has "in essence become a terrorist organization."