Rarely does any issue in the Colorado Legislature garner unanimous agreement. But the precarious position that the Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) finds itself in has led every lawmaker, policy expert, and interest group to agree that it is time for PERA reform.
“As the solvency of our state’s public pension system grows increasingly worse, we are faced with a critical juncture and need for substantive reforms to PERA,” said Earl Wright, Chairman of the CSPR Board of Directors. Wright’s latest editorial addresses the issue of PERA reform. Click to read more.