When Governments Go Insolvent, Should Others Absorb their Retirement Plans’ Costs and Risks?

In Politics by Michael Rae

When San Francisco voters head to the polls on March 3 they’ll see a seemingly innocuous measure on the ballot that raises a big question:  If a local government becomes insolvent, should another public entity take on its employee retirement obligations?
The matter at hand involves Housing Authority employees hoping to

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