Born Broke: Our Pension and Debt Problem – Summary

Born Broke: Our pension debt problem by J. Scott Moody and Wendy P. Warcholik, Ph.D. AUGUST 2014 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Connecticut’s public pension system is one of the most expensive in the nation – which may explain why it is drowning in debt. The state says it owes an...

Amicus Brief for SEBAC v. Rowland

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 37.2(b), the Yankee Institute for Public Policy (“Yankee Institute”), respectfully moves for leave to file the accompanying amicus curiae brief in support of Petitioners, John G. Rowland and...

Employee Freedom Week

34% of unionized Connecticut workers would quit their union if they could EAST HARTFORD – A third of union households in Connecticut say they would opt out of their union if given the chance, according to a new survey conducted on behalf of National Employee Freedom...

Yankee Institute Voter Guide 2011-2012

OVERVIEW The Connecticut General Assembly voted on more than 1,000 bills over the past two years. Most of these made minor changes and were adopted unanimously. Other votes reveal the differences between those legislators that would harness the power of individual...
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