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Donkeys & Dumbos – Pension Policy & Politics - An Expert's View of the Coming Election
Plan Advisory Services Group via The McHenry GroupLink to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Oct. 29, 2004
Excerpt: As we go through the convention season, we thought it would be interesting to review generally the positions of the two parties on pension issues. And, since they met first, we're beginning with the Democrats. Let's start with some disclaimers. First, these are obviously sensitive issues. We have no position on who you should vote for, and we've tried to keep the following analysis as value-neutral as possible.

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