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State Can Strip Rights to Public Pension
Seattle Post-Intelligencer Link to more items from this source
May 11, 2006
"In California, it takes specific felony convictions. In Rhode Island, certain misdemeanors could be enough. While in New York, merely 'administrative misconduct' can be the trigger. Taxpayer-subsidized pension funds in at least 13 states are subject to what are known as 'forfeiture laws' -- regulations that allow public employers to withhold pensions from employees who misbehave."

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