Change to Georgia’s Pension Law Falling Short of Expectations

Earlier this year, lawmakers gave the go-ahead for Georgia’s public pensions to start putting money into start-up ventures and other “alternative” investments, ending the state's status as the last that detoured most of its big pension plans for state, county and city employees around such investments.
January 2, 2013

Earlier this year, lawmakers gave the go-ahead for Georgia’s public pensions to start putting money into start-up ventures and other “alternative” investments, ending the state's status as the last that detoured most of its big pension plans for state, county and city employees around such investments.

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