Chicago's plan to change pension benefits ruled unconstitutional
from The New York Times
From July 28:
A judge in Chicago ruled that a plan to change city workers’ pensions was unconstitutional. The case is being closely watched for its effect on the city’s uncertain finances. The judge, Rita M. Novak of the Cook County Circuit Court, said she was bound by the Illinois Supreme Court’s recent decision that state lawmakers are constitutionally barred from reducing public workers’ pensions.
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