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The best solution to the state's pension reform funding crisis is:

  1. Movement of the public employee pension plan for those hired in the future to a defined benefits plan similar to those in the private sector.
  2. Movement of the pension plan to defined benefits for future employees and current employees age 30 or younger.
  3. Leave the system alone and increase state contributions to it to make it solvent. It's not the employees' fault that irresponsible decisions were made in the past.
 
 
 
 
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Nobody

Jun-14-14 3:51 PM

Pick any random day, and I could agree with a, B, or C.

Either the choices given here are too broad, or the best solution simply eludes me. Probably a bit of both.

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