Connecticut teachers pension fund in the red

05/2/2006 | NYTimes.com

Connecticut teachers pension in 2004 was $5.2 billion short of what it should be, due to poor investment returns, rising health care costs and chronic underfunding by the state. The teachers union is pressing for a constitutional amendment to force the state to fulfill its funding obligation.

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