McSweeney zeroes in on pensions
Freshman state Rep. David McSweeney’s goal for his first two years in office boils down to one word: pensions.
Expanded into a sentence, his goal is reforming the pension system underfunded by at least $96 billion before it consumes the state budget.
At the very least, he told Northwest Herald editors this week, he wants immediate forward movement – bills on the floor and votes – rather than the past practice of waiting until the last days of session, which he blames in no small part for a lack of reform.
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