In two years the state can privatize part of the public pension system. Some lawmakers say that will lead to a rush of retirements.
Public sector unions are asking the legislature to stop plans to shift control of a part of the state’s public employees’ pension system to a private company.
5th District Congresswoman Susan Brooks introduced The Respecting the Institution of Congress Act.
Indiana will put $360 million of this year's budget surplus toward five public pension funds, including state police and teacher retirement funds.