Help for CT Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 17, 2019

The impact on federal employees from the prolonged government shutdown is increasingly affecting the livelihood of over 1,500 Connecticut residents and their families. Each additional day they work for no pay - child care, mortgages, food and car payments, to name a few, are falling behind and there is no indication for when paychecks will resume.

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Help for CT Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 16, 2019

The impact on federal employees from the prolonged government shutdown is increasingly affecting the livelihood of over 1,500 Connecticut residents and their families. Each additional day they work for no pay - child care, mortgages, food and car payments, to name a few, are falling behind and there is no indication for when paychecks will resume.

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Help for CT Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 16, 2019

The impact on federal employees from the prolonged government shutdown is increasingly affecting the livelihood of over 1,500 Connecticut residents and their families. Each additional day they work for no pay - child care, mortgages, food and car payments, to name a few, are falling behind and there is no indication for when paychecks will resume.

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Help For CT Federal Workers In Shutdown

January 15, 2019

Everyone’s painfully aware of the financial hardship CT’s federal workers are suffering because of the U.S. government shutdown. We’re trying to do whatever we can to help and today Gov. Lamont announced a partnership with Webster Bank to give the employees interest-free loans until the shutdown is ended. Video of announcement. Read this CT Mirror news story on effects of shutdown on CT. Click here for how to file for unemployment benefits.

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