Kadner: Dems break ranks on pension reform
Some Southland legislators who normally could be counted on as "yes" votes by Democratic Party leaders broke ranks this week in voting against the pension reform bill.
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#1 Dec 5, 2013
As for this being a special kind of crisis, Hutchinson said,Ive been down here five years, and it seems like every year theres a new crisis were facing. Thats just the condition the state is in right now.
Taxpayers can not afford Springfield's wish lists. Pay the bills and reduce taxes. The elected needed to vote YES! and should have included themselves in the CUTS!
#2 Dec 6, 2013
Meet Detroit - Your future.
#3 Dec 6, 2013
Receivership can't be far away thanks to Domingo and the BIIPS!
#4 Dec 7, 2013
Bobby Rita voted for or against? Without reading the article i am guessing he voted against. With 3 pensions for him and 3 pensions for his bro why would he take money out of his own pockets? The reason he is in politics is to serve himself not us.
#5 Dec 7, 2013
You are correct!
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