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Resource ID: #16300
Subject: State Government
Source: Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.)
Date: 1999-12-19



A Star-Ledger investigation of New Jersey's public employee retirement system reveals that the state "pays nearly $1.8 million a year to 77 former government workers convicted of job-related crimes." In a related story, the publication discovered that "top-ranking local government officials in New Jersey profit from carefully crafted deals that provide them with inflated retirement checks."

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