Colorado lawmakers seek to limit public employees' double-dipping

02/7/2005 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

A new bill in Colorado targets a loophole that allows retired state employees to receive salaries and benefits when they work for employers affiliated with the Public Employees' Retirement Association. Many retirees have been getting around caps for part-time work by setting up and working for corporations that contract with school districts.

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