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Our opinion: Corbett’s challenge

January 28, 2014

Gov. Tom Corbett had three major objectives when he took office for his first term....

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Brazil

Jan-28-14 5:08 PM

Any pension change should include a 50% decrease in elected officials and their staff's pension. Let's see how Nancy Rapp rhapsodizes on how huge pensions for lawmakers is a good thing for the citizens of the Commonwealth.

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reader

Jan-28-14 11:00 AM

i think the pension fund was and could be very solvent if former gov. ridge didn't jack up the benefits. go back to the benefits before he came into office and i think it could balance again.

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Kinzua1

Jan-28-14 3:18 AM

The problem is not the worker's retirement or benefits,but ultra poor management.Management could save millions by removing or lowering their perks and so called benefits they have earned.We need to really look and remove polititions retirement,and benefit packages that are out of control.Why do they get so very much more for such a very short time of service? Why have we let this go on? Cut the working people to preserve their golden nest.

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