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The Missouri Legislature is sending a bill to Gov. Jay Nixon that would make public employee unions ask their members each year if they want to continue being members. More News With the legislative session entering its final days, the legislation
From the files of why the business community gets aggravated by the legislature comes a proposed $5 surcharge that insurance companies will be asked to collect on auto and homeowner's insurance policies. No loud complaints from insurers about shoring
Before you start griping about ovepaid Muni drivers and public employee unions, you might want to take a look at this neat-o map that shows who the highest-paid public employees are in every one of the 50 states...Or even a cop or firefighter: You
Backers of the Assembly bill, AB 459, said California shouldn't condone the sale of fatty snacks and sodas in the workplace when taxpayers are already shelling out vast amounts to cover the healthcare costs of overweight government employees.
Some members of the Nevada Supreme Court seemed skeptical Tuesday when an attorney for the state public employee pension plan said information sought by a Reno newspaper about individual retirees cannot be easily generated. Attorney Chris Wicker,
Ill. (AP) Senate President John Cullerton announced Monday his chamber will move forward with a new union-backed pension reform proposal he says will save Illinois money and is at less risk of being tossed out by the courts than a plan approved by
For years, the big debate about reforming the state's heavily underfunded pension system has centered on how many billions the state could save and how much money retirees might lose. But the proposal the House passed last week also seeks to stop
Font Resize Mercury News Editorial When Gov. Jerry Brown last year signed two bills changing state pension laws, he insisted more reform was needed...He now has a chance to advance a key item on his pension agenda that was left out of last year's
In a recent article, the U-T identified a compensation and pension package of more than $413,000 for one person in Northern California and pointed the finger for the state's budget problems at all public employees. As public retirees trying to live
Those topics were among the focus at a forum Tuesday wherein the seven candidates for three Verona Township Council seats answered questions posed by Verona- Cedar Grove Times Editor Lillian Ortiz and Chamber of Commerce Vice President Alex Graziano.