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September 30, 2014 1:52 PM

Historic decision looms in Stockton bankruptcy; can CalPERS pensions be reduced?

Stockton’s bankruptcy is headed to a historic ruling Wednesday, when a judge is expected to decide whether the city can reduce its payments to CalPERS and scale back the pension benefits that have been promised to city retirees and active employees.

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