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Big public pensions continue to pile up

While politicians across California seem content to ignore the problem, both the cost and excesses of public-sector pensions continue to grow. Last year, nearly 23,000 retired government workers receiving a pension through the California Public Employees’ Retirement System collected pensions of at least $100,000, according to watchdog group Transparent California. The number of CalPERS p
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