Retirement Advice 

Pension funding is an important tradition of public employment, but it's time the City of Spokane reformed its system.

Word has it that Mayor David Condon would like the city to consider 401(k) s instead of traditional pensions. If the form chart holds, the public employees’ unions will oppose any such move and try to stop the idea from gaining…

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