Jim Tobin, A Friend Of Liberty (1945-2021)
May 2nd, 2022
Findings from TUA’s pension project on Iowa are featured in this Associated Press article at The Republic.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — A national group campaigning to cut pension benefits for government employees says it’s coming to eastern Iowa to expose the workers who are expected to make the most in retirement.
Taxpayers United of America said Tuesday that its director of outreach, Rae Ann McNeilly, would hold a news conference in Cedar Rapids on Wednesday to release top pension estimates for government employees in Cedar Rapids and Iowa City.
Its study looked at salaries and pension estimates for city and county workers and teachers.
The group has released similar data for employees in Indiana and Kentucky in recent weeks, and is pushing for cutting benefits that it says are too expensive for taxpayers. It has advocated for ending pensions for new government hires and requiring employees to contribute more toward pensions.