Yesterday, I was a guest, along with Jeffrey Clay, Executive Director of the (PA) Public School Employees' Retirement System, on the PCN Call-In Show to discuss Pennsylvania state pensions. We had an active conversation well-timed in light of the recent announcement that several PA legislators plan on proposing pension reform in June of this year. Our segment is here at this link: http://pcntv.com/blog/2012/05/29/may-29-state-pensions/
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