Brad Pacheco

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Outrageous salaries paid to former officials have brought attention not just to the  City of Bell , but to neighboring cities and to the way public pensions are structured in…

The City of Bell and the California Pension Crisis

Outrageous salaries paid to former officials have brought attention not just to the City of Bell , but to neighboring cities and to the way public pensions are structured in…

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