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Starting Jan. 1, the average worker will start contributing about $3 a month to Connecticut's new Family Leave Program. But if you get sick, it could pay big dividends.

News 12 Staff

Nov 21, 2020, 10:40 PM

Updated 1,304 days ago

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This week on Connecticut Power & Politics -- Your paycheck is about to get a little smaller. Starting Jan. 1, the average worker will start contributing about $3 a month to Connecticut's new Family Leave Program. But if you get sick, it could pay big dividends.
Plus -- Obamacare is underway. It's time to enroll in Connecticut. But will your health insurance survive a Supreme Court challenge?
And there's been more promising vaccine news. But what does it mean for COVID in Connecticut? 
Watch Connecticut Power & Politics with host John Craven, weekends only on News 12.


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