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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The fate of thousands of Connecticut state employee jobs and a labor savings-and-concessions deal that’s supposed to balance the $40.1 billion state budget appeared Wednesday to lie in the hands of one Department of Correction union local.

Larry Dorman, a spokesman for AFSCME Council 4, said about 1,850 corrections workers — the last of three corrections locals — are the final AFSCME members who’ve yet to vote on the tentative agreement. The other two already voted down the deal.

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