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Legislature to consider teacher, state worker pension changes

Proposal to shore up funds would increase retirement age; workers say it’s unfair to change the rules in midstream

By Kate Alexander - American-Statesman Staff



Legislative proposals to shore up Texas’ two largest public pension funds could require teachers and state employees to work years longer than they must today to get full retirement benefits.

For example, a teacher who started in the classroom at age 23 may now take full retirement at age 52; that would increase to age 62 under House and Senate bills that are set for committee votes Monday.

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