State employees could see 6 percent over 2 years
Leaders in the Democrat-controlled House and Republican-led Senate were snagged this week on how much revenue the state can realistically expect to come in during the two-year budget period.
The cost of the contract is estimated at $35 million over the two-year budget period. Of that, $17 million would come from general funds.
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