Retirees from a defunct job-training program in Los Angeles County appealed to save their pensions at a CalPERS meeting Tuesday but did not persuade the fund’s administrators to make up for benefits that their employer stopped paying.
Retirees from a defunct job-training program in Los Angeles County appealed to save their pensions at a CalPERS meeting Tuesday but did not persuade the fund’s administrators to make up for benefits that their employer stopped paying. Anne Chadwick Williams Sacramento Bee file
Retirees from a defunct job-training program in Los Angeles County appealed to save their pensions at a CalPERS meeting Tuesday but did not persuade the fund’s administrators to make up for benefits that their employer stopped paying. Anne Chadwick Williams Sacramento Bee file

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L.A. retirees lose last-ditch appeal for pensions at CalPERS

April 18, 2017 04:11 PM

UPDATED April 18, 2017 09:24 PM

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