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Was it constitutional for Proposition 124 to replace PSPRS' permanent benefit increases with a capped 2% COLA?

In this blog I and multiple commenters have broached the subject of the suspect constitutionality of PSPRS' replacement of the old perma...

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Paycheck Protection legislation (an update)

Here is an update on paycheck protection legislation, House won't get to vote on 2 bills to curb unions, by Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services that appeared in The Arizona Daily Star.  It appears that the legislation is unlikely to pass in the current session, so it will not be brought up for a vote. For more discussion about paycheck protection, see What is paycheck protection really about?

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