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gollum
 
Reply Mon 16 Sep, 2013 06:53 pm
If a public employee is convicted of a felony, does he keep his State pension?
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Mon 16 Sep, 2013 06:59 pm
@gollum,
Why do you keep asking us this stuff? Do you have no computer and sign in from a library?

You never talk back with even a thank you for people who try to help you.
There are a huge amount of posts where you ignore that someone helped you.

You may be the very most annoying poster, user exemplified.


Perhaps you deal with being autistic.
We get that.

But don't just demand stuff from us for years on end.
gollum
 
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Reply Mon 16 Sep, 2013 07:23 pm
@ossobuco,
ossobucco-
Thank you. I do have a computer and a public library card with access to the library's website.

I did try to research the subject. I came across a reference to a 2011 change in law or policy that impacts only those persons hired after that date in 2011. I tried to research it further but did not find anything.

Perhaps I don't know the proper method to research a subject.

I apologize for not thanking the person who helped me. I guess I didn't know proper etiquette. I wonder if able2know.com has any rules that govern related matters.
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bankruptcycenter
 
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Reply Wed 11 Dec, 2013 02:44 am
The new law will force public employees to forfeit pensions if they're convicted of state or federal felonies..
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