Study panel says report is prescription for sustaining state public workers’ retirement
by Ted Carter
Published: December 18,2011
So went the pronouncement of Gov. Haley Barbour last week in detailing a 40-page report that calls for saving over $100 million annually in taxpayer contributions to the Public Employees Retirement System of Mississippi. Much of the savings would come through increases in retirement ages, changes in the way retirement benefits are calculated and freezing of cost of living allowances for retirees…
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