WHEC TV News 10 | Convicted and Cashing In

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WHEC TV News 10 | Convicted and Cashing InNew York Press, Press

by admin on May 16, 2012 with 0 comment

Christina Tobin, Vice-President for TUA, was featured in this story from WHEC TV News 10 on convicted New York public employees cashing in with pension payouts. See video of the story below. Former public employees convicted and cashing in. Despite serving time behind bars, many public sector workers are still drawing a pension that you’re …

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Capitol Confidential | Here’s your Top 100 state employee pensions and for schools too

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Capitol Confidential | Here’s your Top 100 state employee pensions and for schools tooNew York Press, Press

by admin on March 24, 2012 with 0 comment

Findings from TUA’s pension project on New York State are featured in this article at Capitol Confidential. We’ve had lists for some time now of state and local public employee salaries and pensions, starting first with the Empire Center and then followed by newspapers including our own. The phenomenon has spread over the past few …

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TimesUnion.com | Public pension ‘millionaires’ club

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TimesUnion.com | Public pension ‘millionaires’ clubNew York Press, Press

by admin on March 23, 2012 with 0 comment

Findings from TUA’s pension project on New York State are featured in this article at TimesUnion.com. ALBANY — A fiscally conservative advocacy group from the Midwest arrived in Albany to propose an intriguing math experiment: If retired public employees maxed out their pensions by retiring early at age 55 and living to the ripe old …

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Metro New York | Group: Scale back lavish NY pensions

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Metro New York | Group: Scale back lavish NY pensionsNew York Press, Press

by admin on March 23, 2012 with 0 comment

Findings from TUA’s pension project on New York State are featured in this article at Metro New York. A report released Thursday by the group Taxpayers United of America accuses state government employees of getting way too much in their retirement pensions. One schoolteacher on Long Island, for example, could stand to collect nearly $12 …

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