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Governor Deval Patrick this week outlined his priorities for closing loopholes, ending abuses and restoring the public’s trust in state and municipal retirement systems.  Pension reform is a critical component of the Governor’s Massachusetts Recovery Plan.

One key pension reform included in the transportation reform bill will align the MBTA pension system with state system, ending the “23 years and out” rule.  Read the release here

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