Pension solution still seems to be hard sell
SPRINGFIELD — The latest version of a pension reform bill tied to the Senate’s “grand bargain” fell short of passing by four votes on Tuesday, despite the Democrats’ attempt to reach a compromise.The bill, introduced by Senate President John J. Cullerton, adopted some of the governor’s recommendations to lower the state’s annual pension costs that were outlined in his budget address …
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