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PensionTsunami Is Taking a Four-Day Weekend: Pension news has been very sparse lately and the past two weeks have been especially ?? trying as well as very hot ?? so we??re going to take off early for the Labor Day weekend. See you on Tuesday! ?? Jack Dean, Editor
PensionTsunami is taking a break: We??re taking my favorite holiday ?? the Fourth of July ?? as an opportunity to rejuvenate for several days. We may post a headline or two each day if they seem important, but otherwise we hope to be back with full daily news of escalating state and local government pension crises on Monday. ...
Have a great Independence Day holiday: We??re going to celebrate my favorite holiday ?? the Fourth of July ?? by taking a few extra days to rejuvenate. We??ll be back with more news of escalating state and local government pension crises on Monday. ?? Jack Dean, Publisher
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Newsom offers some relief for hard hit schools: Gov. Newsom proposed a state budget yesterday that would give CalPERS an extra $3 billion to pay down debt and CalSTRS a potential extra $5.9 billion, most to pay down debt but also some for relief to schools hard hit by doubling pension costs. “We are investing an historic amount and doing wha...
Brown cut retirement debt bigger than pensions: Most large private-sector companies and some government employers do not provide retiree health care for their employees. But state workers not only get state-paid health care in retirement, they often pay less for it than they did while working. On the job, the state usually pays 80 percent of...
Brown leaves again with pension reform pending: Gov. Brown leaves office next week with a smaller cost-cutting pension reform than he wanted. But after he’s gone, union challenges to minor parts of his reform pending in the state Supreme Court may open the door to big changes. The main parts of Brown’s reform add several years to retirement ...

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CalSTRS provides retirement related benefits and services to teachers in California public schools and community colleges. It is the largest U.S. teachers' retirement fund with 833,000 members and assets of $111.6 billion as of March 31, 2009. Like CalPERS, they have an international reputation for corporate governance activism.

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