Indiana Vows to Help its Cash-Strapped Cities Meet Antiquated Pension Obligations

Carvlin, Elizabeth
May 2001
Bond Buyer;05/16/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31140, p29
Trade Publication
Reports the signing of laws by Indiana Governor Frank O'Bannon to help fund fire and police pensions. Worth of the state insurance funds; Increase expected in the shortfall after 2005; Number of cities to receive pension reliefs from the state.


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