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Is there a loophole in the pension reform that could
potentially make spiking worse
proposed pension reform
really all it's cracked up to be?
CalPERS preliminary response
to the proposed pension reform bill.
Proposed pension reform
would not affect only state government, but would also affect local governments.
When it comes to
, California seems to be fairly equitable in contributions to both parties.
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