New Orleans Pension Officials Consider Benefit Cuts

The board of the New Orleans Municipal Employees Retirement System (NOMERS) – the city’s largest public pension fund – is considering a series of cost cutting measures, some ...

Top Kentucky Lawmaker Close to Filing Bill For Additional Teacher Pension Funding

Kentucky House Speaker Greg Stumbo says he is planning on filing a bill by the end of the week that would give additional funding to the state’s Teacher Retirement System. The funding ...

Video: Panel Discussion – Solving Teacher Pension Underfunding

Here’s a long discussion on the state of teacher pension systems and how public policy can address the systems’ liability issues while causing the least amount of harm ...

Two Pension Bills Sitting in Pennsylvania Legislature Likely to Resurface In 2015 – Here’s How They Would Change Things

Pennsylvania’s outgoing governor, Tom Corbett, made reforming the state’s pension system his top priority over the last year. But his plan – which would shift new hires into ...

New Hampshire Supreme Court Rules State Can Increase Employee Pension Contributions Without Benefit Increase

The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled this week that the state can increase public employees’ pension contributions – even for vested workers. Since the increased contribution ...
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