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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — State employee union leaders warned their members Friday not to feel pressured into retiring as Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy calls for major labor savings, including possible changes to employee retirement benefits, to help close a budget deficit.

In a memo sent Friday and obtained by The Associated Press, the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coalition said some eligible workers are contemplating retiring earlier than they had originally planned because of the uncertainty surrounding the closed-door talks between Malloy’s administration and SEBAC over ways to find $2 billion in labor savings over two years.

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