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    Pace of pension reform ebbs after 49 states change laws

    Hazel Bradford | by Pensions & Investments | April 15, 2014

    While the sense of urgency has diminished, reform attempts have become a legislative staple, as public retirement systems continue to grapple with unfunded liabilities and political pressure to change.

  • Headlines: Rhode Island

    Raimondo: Losing pension case would be catastrophe

    Boston.com | April 15, 2014

    General Treasurer Gina Raimondo said Monday that it would be catastrophic for Rhode Island to lose the legal challenge over the state's pension overhaul but that she has a ‘‘high degree of confidence'' that won't happen.

  • Headlines: Louisiana

    Louisiana state budget discussed by public

    The Times Picayune | April 14, 2014

    The Appropriations Committee held public testimony day, letting people talk about what they like or don't like about Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget recommendations for the 2014-15 fiscal year that begins July 1.

  • Headlines: Hawaii

    Lawmakers to sort out state budget this week

    KITV Honolulu | April 14, 2014

    After the state revised its revenue projections, the Senate made cuts to what the governor and House proposed.

  • Headlines: Alaska

    Governor's plan to address pension obligation gets municipal support

    The Anchorage Daily News | by Becky Bohrer | April 14, 2014

    Under the plan, about $1.9 billion would go to the public employees' system and the rest to the teachers' retirement system.

  • Headlines: Florida

    House and Senate not in sync on state pension reform

    The Gainesville Sun | by Lloyd Dunkelberger | April 14, 2014

    House Speaker Will Weatherford said the changes, which will not directly impact current public employees, are needed to reduce the state's long-term costs for the retirement system.

  • Headlines: Rhode Island

    RI pension case will go forward in court; mediation fails

    The Providence Journal | by Randal Edgar | April 11, 2014

    In a joint statement, Governor Chafee and state General Treasurer Gina Raimondo said that while they there was a strong effort to reach a mediated settlement, the rejection of that settlement "by a small group of union members" means the process "has failed and the mediation process has ended."

  • Headlines: California

    Judge's decision could safeguard billions for state budget

    The Los Angeles Times | by Chris Megerian | April 11, 2014

    A Superior Court judge in Sacramento upheld the state's push to recoup $20 million from Brentwood, part of Brown's effort to collect money from defunct redevelopment agencies.

  • Headlines: Tennessee

    Tennessee House passes budget without state raises

    The Tennessean | by Chas Sisk | April 11, 2014

    The Tennessee House of Representatives approved the state's $32 billion budget Thursday afternoon, without once-promised raises for teachers and other state workers.

  • Headlines: Arizona

    State budget returns to unsustainable deficits

    The Arizona Republic | by Robert Robb | April 11, 2014

    The spending lobby had the usual complaints about what the recently adopted state budget doesn't fund. The real news, however, is that the spending that was approved probably puts the state back into the position of having an unsustainable structural deficit.


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