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The hidden cost of inflated pensions: Schools forced to pay up
By John Patterson | Daily Herald Staff - 4/26/2010
Local schools now scrambling for money collectively paid more than $1.8 million to the state in recent years because they granted excessive raises and sick leave benefits for retiring employees, boosting their pensions beyond limits lawmakers put in place to try to combat skyrocketing pension costs. BACK TO STORY

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