News Clips for October 10, 2018
Voters saved public safety pensions. Prop. 125 would do the same for corrections officers
Two years ago, Arizona voters approved in a landslide Proposition 124, a bipartisan pension reform measure designed to save taxpayers more than $1.5 billion over the next three decades.
Boughton contends state pension debt bomb will likely go to court
(Connecticut) Danbury mayor fears national economy will slip into recession from poor lending practices, college student loan crisis
Rally of teachers, public employees takes place at State Capitol
(Kentucky) Small crowd of 100 at 'Remember in November' reminder to lawmakers
Study says Oregon teachers underpaid and undervalued
Whether Oregon's public school teachers are properly valued is the crux of a recent study that aims to compare teacher wages to similarly educated and experienced private sector workers.
Canadian DB Pension Funds' Cup Runneth Over
Funded status of Canadian plans surges well above 100% in Q3.
Unemployment, $24,000-a-year drug costs threaten to devastate this couple's retirement plans
The good news is they have no debts - but the challenge lies in finding a way to maintain their way of life when neither works and their drug assistance ends