News of Interest

The Lamont administration has announced their plans today to, by June 1st, head towards a full reopening of State buildings and other State departments that have been fully or partially close

Governor Ned Lamont released a proposal for how the $2.6 billion in federal pandemic relief funds sent to Connecticut from the American Rescue Plan (ARP) will be spent.

The following statement has been released by the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition (SEBAC) in response to the Boston Consulting Group "report" rel

While we appreciate that the Governor has accepted the demand presented by the Board of Education Union Coalition to develop a school-based vaccine rollout for our education community, we are deeply concerned that other essential workers who have continued to risk their health and the health of their family members remain left behind in the Administration’s age-based rollout.

"The governor’s budget assumes still more sacrifices from Connecticut’s public employees and working families, many of who have risked, and continue to risk, their lives every day to provide the much needed services that our most vulnerable populations have relied on before and during the pandemic, and all of who have already sacrificed so much in the interest of the people they serve.  

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Press Advisory
For Friday, April 23, 2021
Contact: Drew Phelan 508-404-7515 [email protected]
                Alisah Blake 860-908-4946 [email protected]

The SEBAC Racial Justice Committee Stands in Support of the Demands to Dramatically Increase the State’s Financial Commitment to Communities of Color to Address & Disrupt Systemic Racism

On April 27th, SEBAC's 2022 Organizing and Racial Justice Committees co-hosted a membership leader event to prepare for the end of the Legislative Session. Stewards, Leaders and Activists from all fifteen SEBAC unions joined together to learn about the ways every union member can become active in the fight to secure strong contracts and a moral budget that addresses the unprecedented needs of our State. 

Below are 5 steps you can take to ensure that our legislative goals are realized and our message spreads throughout your workplace: