Chicago’s Plan to Overhaul City Pensions Dashed by Top CourtBy , , and
State high court upholds decision blocking pension changes
City warned funds risk running out of money unless altered
Chicago’s plan to ease its $20 billion public-worker pension deficit was ruled illegal by the Illinois Supreme Court, a decision that the city warned may lead to the funds’ running out of money and worsen its financial strains.
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