For almost a decade, taxpayer funds were used in at least three Ohio townships to pay the employee portion of its elected officials’ state pensions.
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The Dayton Daily News has conducted in-depth investigations of Ohio’s public pension system, as well as debates on the current system and proposed changes. We will continue to bring you reports on various aspects of the fringe benefits enjoyed by the state’s public employees and elected officials.
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