State agencies told to cut overtime

A new report shows state employees collected $250 million in overtime last year.Some of the highest amounts went to prison guards, state troopers and workers

HARTFORD - A new report shows state employees collected $250 million in overtime last year.

Some of the highest amounts went to prison guards, state troopers and workers at the state's psychiatric hospital.

A total of 47 state agencies have been ordered to cut their overtime by 10 percent this budget year.

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