pensions

ilga.gov

Retired state employees and teachers would see their pensions reduced under the latest measure approved in the Illinois House. The plan restricts the cost of living adjustments retirees receive, applying the bumps only to a retirees' first $25,000 in pension benefits.

Pension Proposals Move Through House

Mar 15, 2013
ilga.gov

A pair of pension measures met success in the Illinois House. It's the first time the House passed legislation that could have a significant impact on state employees' retirement benefits, as well as that of teachers and university workers.

Quinn to Deliver "State of the State"

Feb 6, 2013
state of Illinois

WNIJ will carry the Governor's address today at noon

It is an opportunity for the Chicago Democrat to boast of his accomplishments and set the stage for his budget address in the coming weeks. Senator Mike Jacobs, a Democrat from East Moline, says he believes Quinn has done a good job despite difficult circumstances.

Pension Overhaul Remains Up In The Air

Jan 8, 2013

A proposed overhaul cleared a House committee Monday. But the full House adjourned for the day without taking action. Observers say legislative leaders are trying to round up of enough votes for the bill to pass.

Pension Vote Possible Monday

Jan 7, 2013
State of Illinois

Illinois lawmakers could move forward with a plan to address the state's pension woes. A House committee is expected to consider a proposal when it meets on Monday. The expected vote comes after a Sunday meeting of the Illinois House that accomplished little. But legislators still say they can still tackle the state's pension problem before the General Assembly adjourns for good on Wednesday.

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