Florida’s Pensions Could Be Reformed Locally

By Matt Kelly On January 27th, the managers of 19 Florida pension funds received a “call to action” letter from the Florida Department of Management Services informing them that reforms are needed to address their unfunded liabilities. A previous blog pointed out that while Florida’s state’s employee pension fund is 86% funded (better provisioned than … Continue reading Florida’s Pensions Could Be Reformed Locally

Florida Does Not Need More Corporate Welfare

Original post date: March 27, 2013 Article by: Anonymous Even amongst fiscal conservatives, the argument is often made that the public funding of sports stadiums is justified because of the economic benefits they bring to their communities.  According to TBO, the state senate has passed a measure that would give $60 million over 30 years … Continue reading Florida Does Not Need More Corporate Welfare

Municiple Pension Forcing Florida Over a Fiscal Cliff

Original post date: October 05, 2012 Article by: Anonymous Florida public pension programs have become a cause for concern in recent years, and the debate just ramped up with the publication of a new report by Florida State University’s Leroy Collins Institute. Florida cities are facing a fiscal cliff on municipal pension funding, and much … Continue reading Municiple Pension Forcing Florida Over a Fiscal Cliff