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October 24, 2011

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Officials special treatment

This is the best legislation I have heard so far. No one should be able to vote themselves raises or benefits enhancements. Government officials or higher level management should not have better benefits that the rest of the membership and their pay should be within a reasonable range of the membership.

j sharkey

"Applies retroactively" --- so do I lose the 20 years I've been paying into my retirement account?

Venturacole

As always with initiatives, a key question is: who is behind them?

Art Brown

As with all initiative's they will cost a lot of money to enforce and to set up a new bureau to enforce and due not provide any means of finance. And fines will never cover the costs. There go more tax money.

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