Illinois Supreme Court reinstates pension for union lobbyist who taught for single day
from Illinois News Network
A union lobbyist who qualified a state pension by substitute teaching a class for a day will get his monthly payments reinstated after Illinois’ Supreme Court ruled in his favor. Former Illinois Federation of Teachers lobbyist David Piccioli was the only person to take advantage of a 2007 law allowing him to buy into the state’s teacher pension fund after getting a teaching degree and substitute teaching for a single day at a Springfield elementary school. This was predicated on his time spent as a union lobbyist.
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