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If state Supreme Court rules against San Diego on pensions, it could could cost city millions

The state Supreme Court strongly indicated in May that it will rule San Diego’s six-year-old pension cutbacks are illegal, but crucial questions remain about how the court might order the problem fixe... read more

State Supreme Court rules against San Diego pension cuts

SAN DIEGO — The state Supreme Court Thursday ruled that ... Relations Board had previously ruled the city must pay employees “for all lost compensation” related to lost pension benefits, which would c... read more

State Supreme Court Upends Prop. B, San Diego’s Public Pension Reform

Photo via Wikimedia Commons The state Supreme Court ... the city must pay employees “for all lost compensation” related to lost pension benefits, which would cost taxpayers millions of dollars. Brian ... read more

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