Court Ruling Subjects Pa. Funds to Audit

Lewis, Jakema
October 2004
Investment Management Weekly;10/25/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 42, p6
Reports on a ruling issued by the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania to audit the Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System and the Pennsylvania Public School Employees' Retirement System. Circumstance in which the court battle between the financial watchdog and the two state pension funds began; Ruling of the Commonwealth Court declaring Auditor General Robert Casey and his staff with the legal authority to conduct the audit.


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