Mark Niquette

Bloomberg

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State and local government reporter for Bloomberg, based in Columbus, Ohio; former politics reporter for the Columbus Dispatch

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Public workers may not be getting the retirement pay they've traditionally been guaranteed by contracts, laws and state constitutions.

Are Government Workers Facing a Broken Promise?

Public workers may not be getting the retirement pay they've traditionally been guaranteed by contracts, laws and state constitutions.

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President Obama's handling of the economy is falling to new lows. Today he took time out from a fundraising trip to visit a leafy, middle-class neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio.

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President Obama's handling of the economy is falling to new lows. Today he took time out from a fundraising trip to visit a leafy, middle-class neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio.

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