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Poor performance puts Maryland pension system further in debt

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Poor investment earnings have pushed Maryland's $37.1 billion pension system deeper into debt, which could threaten the state's platinum triple-A bond rating. The pension system -- which covers more than 370,000 current and retired public school teachers, police and state employees -- earned 0.36 percent on its investments in fiscal 2012, according to the Maryland State Retirement and Pension...

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