Chicago Raises Water and Sewer Taxes to Fund Pension Deficit

  • Higher levies will shore up municipal workers’ pension fund
  • City is grappling with $34 billion of retirement debt

Chicago moved to save its largest and most indebted pension from insolvency by raising the city’s water and sewer taxes to shore up the municipal fund that serves more than 70,000 workers and retirees.

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