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Special pensions cost state millions

Among the winners are 6 ex-Pike managers expected to reap $3.7m in lifetime benefits

By Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / July 25, 2008

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State and local governments over the last five years have committed to spending an estimated $115 million to $235 million on 386 public employees who were allowed to invoke an obscure part of a state law to win earlier and significantly larger pensions, a Globe analysis has found. (Full article: 1192 words)

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