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California Bill Would Exempt Some Public Employees from Paying for Pensions
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Sept. 28, 2015
"A bill sent to Gov. Brown this month would exempt new hires from his reform requiring them to pay half the normal cost of their pensions, if they work for any of the 22 cities and one county that have special property taxes to pay pensions. The pursuit of an unlikely exemption may be an early sign of the resistance facing government employers that try to impose the 50 percent normal cost share on current workers, as allowed by the reform through the bargaining process beginning in 2018."

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