California: Pension reform could be on state ballot

Fri, Oct 28 2011 — Source: Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Advocates of public employee pension reform are currently collecting petition signatures for three ballot initiatives that would significantly overhaul public pensions. One measure would increase the minimum retirement age for public employees to 65 (58 for public safety officers). Advocates of the measure must collect 807,615 signatures by Feb. 3 for the measure to qualify for a future ballot.

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