Editorials

July 18, 2012 12:00 AM

Pension reforms put state in stronger position

FOR A WHILE there, it looked as though the Legislature was going to make it through this year’s session without reforming a state pension system that was careening toward further taxpayer bailouts. But the back-to-back endorsements from the state’s actuary and Moody’s demonstrate that the new law was worth the wait.

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