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Bill Would Prevent Double-Dipping Among Retired School Administrators [AUDIO]

Retired school administrators who return to public employment would no longer be able to continue to collect their retirement benefits in addition to their salaries under a bill that's been introduced by Assemblyman Ralph Caputo.

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NJ Pension System Still Under Funded

New Jersey State Treasurer Andrew Eristoff is testifying before the Assembly Budget Committee today in Trenton. Members are asking a wide range of questions including how the state’s pension system for public employees is doing. The system is still vastly under-funded, but Eristoff is still upbeat.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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Christie Versus Buono On Pension And Health Benefits Reform [AUDIO]

The public employee pension and health benefit reforms enacted in 2011 will be a major issue in this year's gubernatorial campaign in New Jersey.

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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NJ Lawmakers Wants To Stop Gambling With Public Sector Retirement Funds [AUDIO]

New Jersey State Senator Shirley Turner is accusing state officials of playing roulette with public sector worker's retirement money by placing dangerous investment bets on high risk hedge funds.

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NJ Appeals Court Won’t Block Pension Ruling

Another legal setback for the Christie administration to make New Jersey judges pay more for their health and retirement benefits.

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NJ Granting Record Accidental Disability Pensions

New laws are blamed for New Jersey granting a record number of accidental disability pensions this year.

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Tim Larson, Governor's Office
Tim Larson, Governor's Office
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Gov. Christie Questions The Supremes [VIDEO]

The State Supreme Court is fast-tracking a judge's lawsuit that seeks to exempt the judiciary from paying more for their pension and health benefits as a result of legislation signed into law last spring.

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Judge Seeks High Court Review of Pension Dispute

The New Jersey judge who challenged Gov. Chris Christie's attempt to increase health insurance and pension contributions wants to fast-track the case to the state Supreme Court.

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