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Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 15, 20184min825

A bill to fill a $32 billion to $50 billion hole in the Public Employees' Retirement Association won't have the public employers' help, if an amendment passed in Senate Bill 200's first committee hearing sticks. In a five-member committee with three Republicans, Sen. Jack Tate. R-Centennial, needed to make the change to secure enough GOP support to keep the legislation alive.


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Joey BunchJoey BunchMarch 7, 20186min866
The legislation to backfill a projected $32 billion shortfall in the state employees’ pension plan is expected to be introduced Wednesday. One of the biggest priorities of the session lands near its midpoint, the same day a significant white paper on the subject is released. The bill is expected to offer a bipartisan plan for […]

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