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Plutocrats in California Decide to Wait Until 2018 Before Trying to Gut Public Pensions
Joseph A. Palermo
Professor, historian, author
The millionaires and billionaires who want to gut public sector pensions in California have decided to put off their anti-labor ballot initiatives until after the Roberts Court imposes its "right-to-work" regimen on the whole country this June.
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