Have politicians in states with severely-underfunded public pension stopped digging? I say no.
How do we persuade others that pension funding matters, when our parents and grandparents were just fine with pay-as-you-go?
Why, indeed, should people care about pensions in these states?
So, who's up for a nice bout of hyperinflation to cure Illinois' pension woes?
Is it good news or bad news that Pritzker has rejected a Chicago pension bailout?