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States, State Workers, and Pensions

Document date: March 17, 2011
Released online: March 17, 2011

The March edition of the Program on Retirement Policy’s video series features Kim Rueben, a senior fellow at the Tax Policy Center, explaining the reality of a typical state pension, how states are talking about reforming pensions, and the risks posed to the economic security of new, veteran, and retired state employees, as well as states themselves.


 

 



Topics/Tags: | Retirement and Older Americans


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