Pennsylvania Pays Pension Penalty as Bond Costs ClimbRomy Varghese
Pennsylvania, home to a quarter of all U.S. public pensions, has spent at least $2 billion since 1985 to help pay for managing the retirement plans, including thousands that cover no more than 10 municipal workers each.
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