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Apr 27, 2012

SJ Workers Win Latest Budget Reform Battle

SJ Workers Win Latest Budget Reform Battle

An update to the controversial pension reform ballot measure in San Jose.

Apr 27, 2012

Bump in the Road for Pension Ballot Measure

Bump in the Road for Pension Ballot Measure

The pension reform measure voted to be on the June ballot last month, won't be printed until further notice. That's according to the 6th District Court of Appeals.

Apr 27, 2012

San Jose Pension System Questioned

San Jose Pension System Questioned

NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit digs through thousands of emails and public documents to uncover a potential conflict of interest at City Hall when it comes to information from an independent consultant.

Apr 27, 2012

Pension Reform: Headed to A Ballot Near You

Pension Reform: Headed to A Ballot Near You

Pension reform will now be decided by voters. In an 8-3 vote, San Jose City Council decided their seventh draft of a pension reform measure will be on your ballot.

Apr 27, 2012

SJ May Open Books for State Auditors

SJ May Open Books for State Auditors

City of San Jose may be opening their books for a state audit. CA lawmakers representing local districts requested the audit today.

Apr 27, 2012

Lawsuit Filed Re: Pension Projections

Lawsuit Filed Re: Pension Projections

Lawsuit claims inaccurate data was used in a retirement cost projection report last June, saying "political motives" were behind the request.

Aug 16, 2012

No Calculations for $650 Million, Yet

No Calculations for $650 Million, Yet

A memo filed last week asking for calculations behind $650 million pension projection remains unanswered.

Apr 27, 2012

SEC Complaint Filed Against SJ Mayor

SEC Complaint Filed Against SJ Mayor

More heat put on the Mayor today regarding a $650 million dollar pension projection. City unions have now filed a complaint with the SEC

Apr 27, 2012

Exclusive: SJ Council Says Show Me the Math

Exclusive: SJ Council Says Show Me the Math

5 City Council members delivered a memo to the Rules Committee today, asking for calculations behind $650 million as a 5-year pension cost projection.

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Chief Investigator Tony Kovaleski leads The NBC Bay Area Investigative Unit, home to some of the country's top investigative reporters. The unit is dedicated to uncovering the truth, holding the powerful accountable and making the Bay Area a better place to live. Do you have a story for the unit to investigate? Contact TheUnit@NBCBayArea.com or call 888-996-TIPS.
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