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May 13, 2012 “Last week, two commissioners from the Cook County Board visited with us to provide an overview of an ambitious plan to reform the county’s public pension program and ensure its sustainability. Like so many public pension programs …

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“Perhaps there’s hope for California yet. Illinois Democrats are spearheading pension reform, and get this – they’re not merely tinkering around the edges. Gov. Pat Quinn is proposing to raise the retirement age to 67 from 55; cap retirees’ annual …

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RAHM EMANUEL, MAYOR CITY OF CHICAGO Contact Information Mayor’s Press Office 312.744.3334 press@cityofchicago.org May 8, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAYOR EMANUEL ANNOUNCES ROADMAP TO RETIREMENT SECURITY Mayor Testifies in Springfield on Behalf of Chicago Taxpayers, City Employees; Proposes Reforms to …

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BRIDGET GAINER, COOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER – 10th DISTRICT CHAIR, COOK COUNTY BOARD PENSION SUBCOMMITTEE Contact Information 312-603-4210 Info@BridgetGainer.com May 3, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Financial Reports Show Further Decline in Cook County Pension Funded Status Underscores Need For Collaborative Discussion …

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“Moody’s: Illinois Pension Reform Plan a Credit Positive” – Bond Buyer (Public Finance Newspaper) By: Yvette Shields “CHICAGO – Moody’s Investors Service called Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn’s proposed package of pension reforms a “credit positive” on Monday. Quinn has sought to …

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