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Two years after California leaders approved widespread pension changes, Sacramento County is struggling to persuade its workers to pay higher retirement contributions, one of the signature elements of the state overhaul.
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California police officers and firefighters are being scapegoated for the financial challenges facing some California communities -- so much so that pension reformers are embracing a proposed ballot measure advanced by San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed that would completely eliminate our vested retirement benefit rights and invalidate existing contracts ... (more)
March 07, 2014 - PEI is teaming up with Ontario to help develop a viable, responsible plan to improve retirement income security so people can retire more comfortably.
After years of trying to tackle pension reform in Jacksonville, none of City Hall's leaders want to still be agonizing about it in 2015.
The Chicago Sun Times reports Wayne Watson's new contract reduces his annual salary from $250,008 to $146,363.
The Pentagon's proposal to reduce the size of the pension checks military retirees receive in return for other new cash incentives drew swift condemnation online as people took to the Military Times Facebook pages to vent.
Naperville Chief of Police Robert Marshall talked to reporters after a bond hearing for Elzbieta Plackowska, 40 of Naperville for the murder of two children in her care.
A Contra Costa judge plans to uphold most of a new state law designed to end pension spiking practices in which workers boost their retirement pay by as much as 15 percent.
Much or all of an annual $300 million extra payment into Maryland's pension system is on the chopping block as Senate budgeters seek to balance Gov. Martin O'Malley's $39 billion budget at a voting session Friday.
Pension plans for 68,000 nonunion Boeing workers, including about 1,000 in North Charleston, will end in 2015, the company announced Thursday.
The Gannett Wisconsin Media Investigative Team is reporting more than 3,000 public sector retirees returned to work for a public employer last year while drawing pensions from their old jobs.
Calls for a monetary union between an independent Scotland and the rest of the UK are akin to "embarking on a damaging divorce" but insisting on still sharing a credit card, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has said.
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The lawsuit from current and former employees at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and Parkland Community College was filed in Champaign County Circuit Court Thursday.
Boeing Co. says it is freezing the traditional defined-benefit pensions for 68,000 nonunion employees - including managers and executives - starting in 2016.
The change takes effect January 1, 2016, and reflects the company's effort to reduce the growing costs of its pension plans.