Today’s Detroit News editorial cites Center research on the transition costs associated with reforming the Michigan Public School Employees’ Retirement System.

James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy, addressed the issue in his recent policy brief titled “Five Options for Addressing ‘Transition Costs’ When Closing the MPSERS Pension Plan.”

See also:

AEI: ‘Pension Industrial Complex’

Two Cheers for Teacher Pension Reform Bill

House GOP on Verge of Surrendering to MEA

House GOP Would Stick Taxpayers With Billions


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