Despite Landmark Reforms, Pensions Burden Rhode Island Towns

Last year, Rhode Island enacted what experts said was the most far-reaching, sophisticated public pension reform in the country to date. Yet the smallest state in the United States can't say it has won the fight.
August 13, 2012
 

Last year, Rhode Island enacted what experts said was the most far-reaching, sophisticated public pension reform in the country to date. Yet the smallest state in the United States can't say it has won the fight.

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