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Was CalPers researched?

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I am a retired Placer County employee and because you mentioned CalPers a couple of times in your editorial (Our View, Aug. 3), I have a few questions. 1. In researching your editorial, did you communicate, or even attempt to communicate with any CalPers management staff? 2. Did you ask CalPers to describe any efforts they have already undertaken to reform the pensions of public workers? 3. Since public worker pensions are controlled by state law, and CalPers must act within those statutes, have you communicated with any of the state senators or assemblypersons that initiated those (public worker pension) laws? Ken Englund, Auburn