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How Illinois lied about its pension funding levels and still escaped penalty

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The Wall Street Journal has a must-read story today about the Securities and Exchange Commission charging the state of Illinois with securities fraud. It was only the second time that the SEC has ever charged an entire state. (New Jersey has the dubious distinction of being the first.) Illinois was found to have “misled investors and shortchanged the state pension system, leaving future...

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