Nonpartisan analysts: Malloy was way off in projected savings from pension givebacks

Posted on January 31, 2012. Filed under: Uncategorized |

According to a report released by the Office of Fiscal Analysis on Friday, last year’s state employee pension concessions (projected to save $4.8 billion) are on track to save just one-third of those projected savings.

The figures include the pension concessions as well as the boost provided by a rebounding stock market.

Read the full story from The Connecticut Mirror.

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