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Pension Primer #2: Paying More For Less

As Pennsylvania policymakers, media, and citizens evaluate Governor Tom Corbett’s pension proposal unveiled February 5, 2013, the KRC will...

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Top 10 Facts on SB 1

Senate Bill 1 would remove future Pennsylvania state and school employees from the state’s existing defined benefit pension (DB)...

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Pennsylvania Pension Facts: Beware of False Reforms

With budget season in full swing, some Pennsylvania lawmakers are dusting off plans to eliminate the state’s secure public...

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Don’t Fix What‰’s Not Broken

Indiana’s legislature is considering drastic action to eliminate defined benefit pensions for new public employees, forcing them to enroll...

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Corbett Pension Plan Does Not Equal Property Tax Relief: What the Pension Experts Say

In his fourth year in office, Governor Corbett has been unable to persuade legislators that his proposal to change...

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Analysis of Tobash Proposal: Moving Backwards on Pension Reform

This policy brief analyzes the impact of the latest pension proposal from Representative Mike Tobash. In analyzing the Corbett-Tobash...

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Oklahoma Pension Plans: A House Finally in Order

Oklahoma’s state pension funds, including its biggest plan covering Oklahoma teachers, have historically been among the less well-funded in...

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Cash Balance Pension Plan Could Hurt Public Employees and Taxpayers

This Reports and Briefing Papers provides basic information on how cash balance plans work and considers their implications for...

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Four Key Facts: Why Pension Cuts in SB 1071 Are Bad For Taxpayers

Actuarial studies Press Released by Pennsylvania’s Public Employee Retirement Commission (PERC) confirm what the KRC has said for more...

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Editorial Board Memo: Pennsylvania‰’s Proposed Hybrid Pension

Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives may shortly consider the proposed “hybrid pension” developed by the Pennsylvania Senate. In this editorial...

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Keystone Research: PA Budget Framework‰’s Pension Deal Needs Major Upgrade

Keystone Research Center’s 15th pension primer analyzes a proposed agreement to create a “side-by-side” hybrid pension for new public...

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SB 1 Would Make Young Workers Pay for Politicians‰’ Mistakes

This brief, authored by KRC Executive Director and economist, Stephen Herzenberg, compares Pennsylvania’s Senate Bill 1’s benefits to those...

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