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San Diego to appeal costly pension ruling to U.S. Supreme Court

The City Council voted 8-1 in a session closed to the public this week to file the federal appeal, which could overturn a state Supreme Court ruling in August that the pension cuts were not legally pl... read more

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

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Leaders of California's pension ... penalty appeals. But it was challenged in state's highest court by former state Atty. Gen. John Van de Kamp and lawyer Ron Briggs before election officials even cal... read more

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