September 29, 2014
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State employees agree on deal to keep their health premiums at 15%

State employees represented by more than two dozen unions have agreed to a two-year contact extension that makes no major changes in workers' share of health premiums.

State workers will continue paying 15 percent of health insurance premiums, The Olympian reports.

The tentative agreement covering 117,000 workers in general government and higher education will cost the state's general fund about $112 million in the next two-year budget.

In other budget news, about 6,000 corrections employees have won an arbitration dispute giving them a 9.8 percent raise over two years. Some other state employees agreed to contracts with raises of 3 percent in 2015 and 1.8 percent in 2016, The Olympian reports.

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