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CT essential worker bonuses could shrink before they’re even handed out

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It's not mathematically possible for the $30 million program to award more than 30,000 grants of $1,000 each. The General Assembly and Gov. Ned Lamont stipulated that grants would be proportionally reduced to accommodate all eligible applicants. With seven more weeks remaining before the program's Oct. 1 application filing deadline, the chances of demand outstripping resources appeared great late Thursday.
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CT essential worker bonuses could shrink before they’re even handed out

More than 47,000 applications received in first six days from essential private-sector...

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CT essential worker bonuses could be reduced as demand grows

Pandemic bonuses for CT private-sector essential workers will likely be reduced as surging demand tests the program's budget.

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CT essential worker bonuses: Website crashes from high demand

CT essential worker bonuses: Website crashes from high demand  The Connecticut MirrorView Full Coverage on Google News

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CT essential worker bonuses could be reduced as demand grows

It became increasingly likely Thursday that Connecticut officials’ plan to give $1,000 bonuses to many essential private-sector workers will be scaled back.

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