Will Maine Taxpayers Pay More to Solve Public Pension Crisis?
Important Note: While this is a new analysis I’m reporting on, it does not reflect the very recent changes to Maine’s pension system that was just enacted as part of […]Read More →
Maine versus New Hampshire XI: The Battle of Unfunded Pension Liabilities
In my recent study, “The Cost of Doing Nothing: Maine’s Pension Payments are Crowding Out Other Spending,” (pdf) I noted that as Maine’s pension payments grow the budget process will, […]Read More →
A Brutal Reckoning Awaits . . . for Public Pensions
Over the weekend, the New York Times ran an interesting story on the relationship between taxpayers and public pensions–“Public Workers Face Outrage as Budget Crises Grow” The article states: Across […]Read More →