Pat Macht

California Public Employees' Retirement System

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Director of External Affairs for the California Public Employees Retirement System

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Governor Brown has declared a stalemate on closing the  $25 billion gap  between state spending and revenue.

The State Budget and Public Pension Reform

Governor Brown has declared a stalemate on closing the $25 billion gap between state spending and revenue.

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The  California Public Employees Retirement System  is the biggest thing of its kind in the country with $200 billion in assets.

The Trouble with CalPERS

The California Public Employees Retirement System is the biggest thing of its kind in the country with $200 billion in assets.

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