WINDSOR — Hundreds of payments have already been made to early participants in the state’s paid family and medical leave program, several days ahead of the official Jan. 18 start date, state officials led by the Governor Ned Lamont.
“It makes Connecticut a leader that I like to think the rest of the country will follow,” Lamont said at a blustery, chilly press conference outside The Hartford’s headquarters here, where the program’s administrator, Atlanta-based insurer Aflac, Inc. has an office.
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