Gov. Jerry Brown carries notebook paper outlining his proposed 2016-17 state budget after a Capitol news conference on Jan. 7. The budget acknowledges a growing cost for state retiree health care but doesn’t propose any more spending to whittle down an $80.3 billion unfunded liability identified in a new report.
Gov. Jerry Brown carries notebook paper outlining his proposed 2016-17 state budget after a Capitol news conference on Jan. 7. The budget acknowledges a growing cost for state retiree health care but doesn’t propose any more spending to whittle down an $80.3 billion unfunded liability identified in a new report. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Gov. Jerry Brown carries notebook paper outlining his proposed 2016-17 state budget after a Capitol news conference on Jan. 7. The budget acknowledges a growing cost for state retiree health care but doesn’t propose any more spending to whittle down an $80.3 billion unfunded liability identified in a new report. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
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State retiree health care could cost California $6.6 billion a year

May 11, 2016 12:15 PM

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