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No, Rescuing Multiemployer Pensions Won't Destroy Them
Joshua Gotbaum, for The Brookings InstitutionLink to more items from this source
[Opinion]
Apr. 5, 2021

"Even for pension experts, the possibility that plans might get into trouble decades from now isn't much of a crisis, so opponents are getting creative, coming up with catastrophic scenarios they claim are both real and more immediate. These claims don't hold up very well (though explaining why gets a bit nerdy)."

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