Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to save Kansas money now would eventually increase the state’s long-term pension costs by $6.5 billion, the pension system's executive director says.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to save Kansas money now would eventually increase the state’s long-term pension costs by $6.5 billion, the pension system's executive director says. Orlin Wagner Associated Press
Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan to save Kansas money now would eventually increase the state’s long-term pension costs by $6.5 billion, the pension system's executive director says. Orlin Wagner Associated Press

Brownback plan would increase KPERS costs by $6.5 billion over time

January 12, 2017 11:42 AM

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