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San Jose Passes Pension Reform 70-30

Original post made by Michael, Downtown North, on Jun 6, 2012

When will Palo Alto voters be given a chance to vote on something similar. With Menlo and now SJ passing serious pension reform, the public is clearly fed up with overpaying our city bureaucracy. The union-bought contingent of our city council (led by Gail Price) will fight for the Status Quo but the voters of Palo Alto need to hold them accountable.


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