Gov. Jerry Brown speaks about his pension reform plan as it gets a second look from a two-house legislative committee on public pensions. The Legislature adopted reforms in 2012 and a recent appellate court decision upheld their ban on “pension spiking.”
Gov. Jerry Brown speaks about his pension reform plan as it gets a second look from a two-house legislative committee on public pensions. The Legislature adopted reforms in 2012 and a recent appellate court decision upheld their ban on “pension spiking.” hamezcua@sacbee.com
Gov. Jerry Brown speaks about his pension reform plan as it gets a second look from a two-house legislative committee on public pensions. The Legislature adopted reforms in 2012 and a recent appellate court decision upheld their ban on “pension spiking.” hamezcua@sacbee.com
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California court opens door to changing public employee pensions

August 22, 2016 03:03 PM

UPDATED August 23, 2016 07:37 AM

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