Public-pension reforms met with protests

04/26/2010 | ABC News

Illinois is the latest state to announce reforms to its pension plan for public workers -- cutting benefits and raising the retirement age to deal with a $78 billion shortfall. Workers have protested. The action "shifts the burden of the state's past mistakes onto future teachers and public employees," said Ed Geppert, president of the Illinois Teachers Federation.

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