Susan Urahn

Managing Director, Pew Center on the States

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Managing Director of the Pew Center on the States

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Both Democratic and Republican governors want to cut the pay or benefits of public employees to help reduce massive state deficits.  But a poll released today by the  New York Times …

Public-Employee Benefits and Republican Politics

Both Democratic and Republican governors want to cut the pay or benefits of public employees to help reduce massive state deficits.  But a poll released today by the New York Times …

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Between the amount states have promised their workers -- and the money they have to pay -- the gap totals no less than a trillion dollars.

Public-Employee Benefits and Republican Politics

Between the amount states have promised their workers -- and the money they have to pay -- the gap totals no less than a trillion dollars.

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