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Should the state’s political leaders wait until the fiscal year 2013 to make comprehensive public employee pension reform?

Posted 5/30/11

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Mister_Smithers

It shouldn't take another year or two to address what EVERYONE sees as the state's biggest financial problem. Maybe our elected leaders should take a break from attracting big sailboat races to Newport and adding taxes to soda pop, and instead turn their attention to the state's horrible financial situation. It's transparent that none of the leaders have the courage to do what must be done for fear of being voted out by the public employee unions. They own you all.

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