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Mandatory Social Security Coverage of State and Local Workers: Perennial Hot Button (PDF)
Center for Retirement Research at Boston CollegeLink to more items from this source
June 15, 2005
9 pages. Excerpt: This Issue in Brief analyzes the arguments for and against mandating Social Security coverage for newly hired state and local workers. The case against mandatory coverage centers on the issue ofhigher costs for state and local governments. The case for coverage rests on issues of equity and better protection for state and local workers. That is, mandatory coverage would better distribute the burden of paying for the system's legacy debt and would improve benefits;[.]

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