Why Detroit's Pension Funds Failed

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A recent Op-Ed in the Detroit Free Press by James Hohman, assistant director of fiscal policy, and Jack McHugh, senior legislative analyst, explains why Detroit’s pension funds are in crisis and why state legislators should take heed to correct similar problems in the state employee and school employee pension systems.


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