McCarthy Pension Bill: What Do You Think?
When Montgomery County's top prosecutor, John McCarthy, took the oath of office last year, his pension from more than two decades as a county employee was frozen, and he was directed to join a retirement plan for elected officials. Now, County Executive Isiah Leggett (D) wants the County Council to change the rules to let McCarthy reactivate his pension, a move that would provide him with thousands of dollars more a year in guaranteed income when he retires. Here's the full story by Ann E. Marimow.
What do you think about Leggett's proposal? Post your comment here.
April 29, 2008; 10:05 AM ET
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