Stockton Ruling Makes Public Employees a Protected Classby
By allowing the bankruptcy of Stockton, California, to proceed over its creditors' objections, a judge on Monday skirted the issue that must soon be addressed in the state: whether the overly generous pension benefits promised to public employees in good economic times can be reduced when cities go belly up.
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