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Gov. Quinn misses chance for real pension reform: report

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Gov. Pat Quinn is missing a chance for comprehensive pension reform, according to a University of Illinois Institute of Government and Public Affairs analysis published today.

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Gov. Pat Quinn (Seth Perlman~AP)

The report states: "Rather than modernizing the pension system, the governor's plan largely [focuses] on shifting the costs of pensions to employers, effectively ending the state's role in funding future retirement benefits for public sector workers."

Read the analysis here.

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I think this fund for "future retirement benefits for public sector workers" will be better. I hope this is true. Thank you for sharing this helpful information with us.

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