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February 26, 2013
Unfunded California state retiree health costs reach $64 billion

Retiree medical costs rise to $64 billion over 30 years

Storified by Jon Ortiz· Tue, Feb 26 2013 07:10:42

California controller pegs state retiree medical costs at $64 billion - The Sacramento BeeCalifornia faces a $63.84 billion obligation to cover state retirees' medical expenses over the next three decades, according to state Co...
Here's the report commissioned by Controller John Chiang:

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