Wednesday, August 22, 2012

On Pension Reform

Live Blogging #oakdebates | On Pension Reform | 7:35pm
Nyeisha DeWitt wants “collaborative reform” and says with the right leadership it is possible to solve.  Muhammad suggest that a parcel tax might be feasible to fund a pension program, but he mentions that “more study is needed.” Miller-Cole thinks that pensions “should not be put to a vote” and that we should be thinking about the individual that the pensions support, mainly “widows of officers.” Lynette Gibson McElhaney says “a promise is a promise” and that growing the economy is the key to solving the problem.  Sullivan says that “kicking the problem to 2024” isn’t feasible and that “we should make payments on this debt.”

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