Nicole Gelinas critiques Mayor Mike for putting forth only a modest proposal to rein-in the city's explosive pension liabilities in Mike's Reform Dud in today's New York Post. As Nicole implies, perhaps if we were still living in the 1970's these reforms would amount to something worthwhile.
TrackBack URL: http://www.publicsectorinc.com/cgi-bin/mt/mt-tb.cgi/330
- California leaders must choose one form of green
- John Paulson's Smart (New) Bet
- Ezra Klein helps to explain why pension reform is, or should be, bipartisan
- Is Baltimore Stockton?
- What we mean when we refer to pension and healthcare costs as "unsustainable," in one chart
- A single-payer approach for public pensions?
- A handy guide to pension fixes, true and false
- Red states need pension reform, too. What of it?
- California's budget is by no means fixed
- It's tough to exaggerate government pay problem
- Taking our lumps from lump sum payments to workers
- Despite Clinton & Liu, infrastructure still needs saving
- Los Angeles Pension Reform Effort Withers on the Vine
- What explains California's wimpy business leaders?
- Former mayor bringing comprehensive pension reform to Los Angeles?