Colorado Pension Finances Improve Following ReformsColorado's troubled public pension has been pulled back from the fiscal brink.
Colorado Lawmakers Seek Pension Fix On Last Day Of SessionColorado lawmakers were working quickly Wednesday to reach a deal to stabilize the state's public pension system, which has at least $32 billion in unfunded obligations, as the clock wound down on the last day of the legislative session.
House Passes Pension Overhaul, Sending It To ConferenceThe Colorado House of Representatives has passed a bill that makes deep cuts to retiree benefits in order to shore up the public pension.
High Pension Costs Lurk Behind Teacher Push For More PayThe loudest rallying cries from Colorado teachers protesting for more education dollars were about dwindling paychecks that are steadily losing ground to the state's rising cost of living.
Colorado, Other States Have A $1.4 Trillion Pension ProblemIn most states, public pension funds don't have enough money to pay for benefits they've promised to government workers.
Company Recollects Retiree’s Overpaid Pension Funds Joyce Leary, 80, is struggling with her pension funds after her company, Citigroup, said it overpaid her and says she must pay back that money with interest.
Report: State Pension Projections Too OptimisticSome economists say Colorado's pension plan used unrealistically high investment returns when it projected it would be fully funded in 30 years.