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Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees

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Arthur Schwartz, president ...

www.centredaily.com, 28 Sept 2007 [cached]

Arthur Schwartz, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees, a lobbying group, did not immediately return a telephone message seeking comment Friday.


It may be worth challenging that ...

www.orta.org, 26 Dec 2006 [cached]

It may be worth challenging that principle of state constitutional law, the "impairment of contracts" doctrine, said Arthur H. Schwartz, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees."Why not try it?"Mr. Schwartz said.

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"Most states do tax pensions, but if they decide to tax the pension money as earned income, most of the old people in Pennsylvania, they'll leave," Mr. Schwartz said.


Evening Sun - Taxpayers likely solution to Pa. pension crunch

www.eveningsun.com, 21 Dec 2006 [cached]

It may be worth challenging that principle of state constitutional law, the "impairment of contracts" doctrine, said Arthur H. Schwartz, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees.

"Why not try it?"Schwartz said.
...
"Most states do tax pensions, but if they decide to tax the pension money as earned income, most of the old people in Pennsylvania, they'll leave," Schwartz said.


Pension gap fix may not be easy

www.post-gazette.com, 21 Dec 2006 [cached]

It may be worth challenging that principle of state constitutional law, the "impairment of contracts" doctrine, said Arthur H. Schwartz, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees.

"Why not try it?"Mr. Schwartz said.
...
"Most states do tax pensions, but if they decide to tax the pension money as earned income, most of the old people in Pennsylvania, they'll leave," Mr. Schwartz said.


NEPA News - Likely solution to Pa. pension crunch found in taxpayers' wallets

www.nepanews.com, 20 Dec 2006 [cached]

It may be worth challenging that principle of state constitutional law, the "impairment of contracts" doctrine, said Arthur H. Schwartz, president of the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees.

"Why not try it?"Schwartz said.
...
"Most states do tax pensions, but if they decide to tax the pension money as earned income, most of the old people in Pennsylvania, they'll leave," Schwartz said.

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