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What's Ahead for Public Pension Spending

  • Aired: 12/18/2013
  • 09:25
  • Rating: NR
A look at what the eight billion dollar cost of public pensions in New York City may mean for Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio. It’s part of a new project called “The Pension Peril” that will examine public pension shortfalls and the impact on governments, workers, retirees, and taxpayers.
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WLIW: Wednesday 12/18 7:30pm, THIRTEEN: Thursday 12/19 8:30pm, NJTV: Thursday 12/19 10:30p
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