News Clips for November 13, 2018
More States May Turn to Lotteries to Fund Pensions
Untapped public assets could contribute 'many billions of dollars' to underfunded pensions.
The Democrats took the House, and here's what that means for your retirement
Social Security, 401(k) plans and pensions may all be up in the air
Arizona Election Results: Arizona Propositions
Results for Arizona's ballot measures.
Our View: Election over, let's solve issues
Elections have consequences, and Tuesday's vote was for change in Illinois.
Indiana voters approve amendment obligating the Gen. Assembly to adopt balanced budget
Voters have approved an amendment to the Indiana Constitution obligating the General Assembly to adopt balanced budgets unless two-thirds of the members of both chambers vote to suspend the requirement.
14 Kentucky educators, board members emerge victorious on Election Day after pension protests
Tuesday's results show frustrated educators will have chance to craft pro-education legislation
A decisive night
(Oregon) As with much of the nation, voter turnout in Oregon was explosive Tuesday. And while it wasn't enough to break records, the deep blue of the wave was vividly clear.
Canada-model pensions are most efficient system: report
Using a Canada-model pension plan, employees would see $5.32 in retirement income for every dollar they contribute compared to the typical $1.70 resulting from an individual approach, according to a new report by the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan.