Watch: Bryan Tells Congress He Wants To Cut G.E.R.S. Benefits For Current Employees To Save System

Published on March 4, 2019 by

G.E.R.S. is facing collapse if it does not receive an infusion of cash, or multiple streams of dedicated revenue, by 2023 — before Mr. Bryan’s first term is up — so the governor must find ways to act fast. Even so, any talk of cutting G.E.R.S. benefits — which is what additional tiers often do — of government employees who have not retired, while protecting the benefits of current retirees could depress a government workforce already wary of the struggling pension system.

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