State Pension Fight heads to Supreme Court


Four public employees unions are taking the state to the Supreme Court, seeking reversal of 2011 increases to the amounts they pay toward their pensions, as well as refunds for increased pension payments they made during the last three years.

The Supreme Court decision could mean a loss of $25 million to $50 million a year in employee pension contributions, and refunds of $75 million to $150 million, according to Marty Karlon, spokesman for the New Hampshire Retirement System.

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Topics:  Employee Benefits, Employee Rights, Pensions, Public Employees, SCOTUS, Unions

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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