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Pensions to strain city, town finances

New infusions needed as funds lose value

By Todd Wallack
Globe Staff / December 11, 2008

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Massachusetts cities and towns will probably face bigger payments into pension plans that cover their workers and retirees because of this year's stock market plunge, potentially forcing communities to cut spending on police, schools, and other services. (Full article: 1094 words)

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