House Democratic Leader Larry Hall, center, was flanked by Rep. Garland Pierce and Rep. Susan Fisher at a news conference on the state budget Thursday. Hall says Republicans are considering a major overhaul to the state retirement system, but legislative leaders say that won’t happen this year.
House Democratic Leader Larry Hall, center, was flanked by Rep. Garland Pierce and Rep. Susan Fisher at a news conference on the state budget Thursday. Hall says Republicans are considering a major overhaul to the state retirement system, but legislative leaders say that won’t happen this year. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com
House Democratic Leader Larry Hall, center, was flanked by Rep. Garland Pierce and Rep. Susan Fisher at a news conference on the state budget Thursday. Hall says Republicans are considering a major overhaul to the state retirement system, but legislative leaders say that won’t happen this year. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com
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