OPINION: Fight for pension reform in San Diego

San Diego voters overwhelmingly approved a pension reform plan with 66 percent of the vote, but repeated attacks on the plan by government employee unions could block the intent of the voters, writes April Boling, a CPA and one of the authors of the plan, in the San Diego Union Tribune.  Unions are suing to block pension reform and are now trying to persuade officials to adopt a watered down plan to escape further litigation.

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