Daniel Borenstein: 'Pension reform lite' doesn't get us there

Daniel Borenstein: 'Pension reform lite' doesn't get us there

Sacramento : CA : USA | Aug 28, 2012 at 4:23 PM PDT
Source: San Jose Mercury News
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Three days before the Legislature's deadline to vote on the plan, after all the buildup, the governor's news release announcing the grand deal lacked details needed to intelligently evaluate it. It was merely a skeletal outline of a strategy to supposedly fix one of the state's most complex financial... FULL ARTICLE AT San Jose Mercury News
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