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A Colorado House committee stripped an expanded defined-contribution plan from a major public-pension reform bill Monday and replaced proposed increased contributions from both employees and state government with payments made from the state budget’s surplus funding, setting the House and Senate versions of the measure up for a collision course in the closing weeks of the 2018 legislative session.
Senate Bill 200 attempts to close a $32 billion unfunded liability in the Public Employees’ Retirement…
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Colorado House rearranges public-pension reform plan – with some surprises