Connecticut Education Association to sue Governor over executive order

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(WTNH) — Governor Malloy’s current executive order will face a legal challenge from the Connecticut Education Association.

The union plans to file a lawsuit on Wednesday.

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It is seeking an injunction against the Governor’s executive order that is said to cut $557 million in education funding from 157 cities and towns.

CEA is the state’s largest teachers union with more than 43,000 members.

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