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Baltimore Police, Fire Unions Frustrated by Ruling Raising Retirement Age
The Washington Post; subscription may be requiredLink to more items from this source
Aug. 20, 2021

"Leaders of the Baltimore police and fire unions say they are disappointed by a Court of Appeals ruling upholding changes to the city's pension plan ... The Court of Appeals ruling affirmed the lower court's computation of $31 million in damages to retirees who had already earned their pensions....The lawsuit came after the city, facing a staggering budget shortfall following the 2008 financial crises, changed its pension plan to require police and firefighters to serve 25 years instead of 20 to retire and get benefits." [Cherry v. Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City, No. 36 (Md. Aug. 16, 2021)]

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