A federal judge has refused to throw out the constitutional claims of more than 3,000 union employees who were fired by the administration of Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland in 2002.

“This really opens the door for a trial on the merits,” said the union members’ lawyer, David S. Golub of Stamford’s Silver, Golub & Teitell.

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