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States and cities across the nation are starting to learn what Wall Street already knows: The days of easy money are coming to an end.
When is cheddar more than cheese, or water more than wet? When it's in a pension fund, of course.
The last time the nation's tax code was overhauled, in 1986, Congress tried to end a big corporate giveaway.
In a nation sharply divided over efforts to curb violence and the right to bear arms, both sides of the gun debate seem to agree on at least one thing: a bigger role for the insurance industry in a heavily armed society.
Can a judge rule impartially on pension cuts when her mother, her son, her uncle and even she herself all have a stake in preserving the status quo?