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2012 Senate Bill 1053: Allow double dipping by certain “retired” state employees
  1. Introduced by Sen. Roger Kahn (R) on March 29, 2012, to allow retired executive or legislative branch employees to go back to work, collect a paycheck, and also continue to collect pension checks, if a department director or legislative majority leader claims the individual has “specialized expertise” that is said to justify the higher expense.
    • Referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee on March 29, 2012.

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Re: 2012 Senate Bill 1053 (Allow double dipping by certain “retired” state employees )  by jgurma on May 23, 2012 
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Re: 2012 Senate Bill 1053 (Allow double dipping by certain “retired” state employees )  by JPHodge on April 11, 2012 

No!  In fact no pension for retired state employees, period.  I, a tax payer, receive no pension, so no pension for you either!  Open an IRA or 401K and discipline yourselves like the rest of us.  I thought Rebublicans were for reduced spending.  I guess not!



Re: 2012 Senate Bill 1053 (Allow double dipping by certain “retired” state employees )  by jercom on April 11, 2012 
That would be triple dipping as State employee's are already dipping into(private sector) taxpayers pockets.

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