Former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed announces two proposals to limit California public pensions won’t make the ballot this year, but might be back in 2018.
Former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed announces two proposals to limit California public pensions won’t make the ballot this year, but might be back in 2018. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file photo
Former San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed announces two proposals to limit California public pensions won’t make the ballot this year, but might be back in 2018. Paul Sakuma Associated Press file photo

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January 18, 2016 1:49 PM

Measure to curb California public pensions is pulled – for now

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