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Paiva Weed talks pensions

December 26, 2011

PROVIDENCE – Reform of troubled city and town pension plans will be on the Senate’s agenda in the coming year, President Teresa Paiva Weed acknowledges, but she will insist it be “sustainable, long-term structural changes, not simple quick fixes to the municipalities’ budget problems.
“That’s what we are trying to avoid,” she told The Call in an interview that looked back at the legislative year just past and ahead to the session that begins January 3.

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