Editorial | Appeal-Democrat — Six-figure pension incomes for retired public employees in California are rapidly becoming more common. The number of state government retirees receiving at least $100,000 in taxpayer-backed benefits has risen 99 percent in two years. Faced with such escalation, characterizing the public-sector pension problem a tsunami may be an understatement. Continue reading . . .
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