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OKLAHOMA NEWS: Finally, state pension reform gets moving
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OKLAHOMA NEWS: Finally, state pension reform gets moving

(Oklahoma City Oklahoman, May 13, 2011). Note: this is a OCO Editorial.

photo - Gov. Mary Fallin signs pension bills at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, May 10, 2011. Photo by Chris Landsberger

LESS talk, more action. That's been the mantra for years for those

advocating for reform of the state's pension systems. Finally,

the time has arrived. Gov. Mary Fallin's signature this week on

pension reform laws signaled the beginning of the end of years

of piled-up pension responsibilities due in no small part to governmental inaction.

This issue “has been kicked down the road for years and years,” state Treasurer Ken Miller said.

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