Gov. Sam Brownback said lawmakers should offer their own alternatives if they don’t like his budget proposal, which would increase the long-term costs of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System.
Gov. Sam Brownback said lawmakers should offer their own alternatives if they don’t like his budget proposal, which would increase the long-term costs of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System. Orlin Wagner Associated Press file photo
Gov. Sam Brownback said lawmakers should offer their own alternatives if they don’t like his budget proposal, which would increase the long-term costs of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System. Orlin Wagner Associated Press file photo

Long-term pension costs in Kansas would rise by $6 billion under Brownback plan

January 12, 2017 03:13 PM

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