Union’s agreement with Malloy ‘best in country’

HARTFORD — Workers around the country are envious of Connecticut state employees, according to their lead negotiator.

Daniel Livingston, chief negotiator for the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition, said other unions want to learn how to imitate their success negotiating with Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Livingston told a meeting of state employees June 4 he would be going to a national meeting of union leaders to teach them, according to three videos posted online by union officials.

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