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Houston's Officials Too Timid To Fight, Too Indifferent To Harm
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[Opinion]
Mar. 4, 2004

Excerpt: It's not surprising that the city of Houston's pension fund shortfall may be as much as $1.5 billion over the next 18 years -- a shortfall that will hit Houston taxpayers with higher taxes, fewer services or both. It's not surprising because nobody has been minding the store at City Hall for the past six years.

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