Legislators’ pensions on shaky ground
More hopefuls say they won’t accept the perk
For the past couple of election campaign cycles, this one included, incumbent state legislators have bragged in their campaign ads about cutting their own pay.
They didn’t actually cut their own pay. But they did vote several times to take unpaid furlough days. So, it’s almost the same.
But lots of non-incumbents have upped the ante this fall. The candidates are refusing to accept a state pension if elected.
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