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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Candle in the Wind

AFSCME has some information apropos to my earlier post today "Burn Down the Mission." Mr. Hartman responded to my inquiries, noting that he is not in a position to offer advice to individual members, but suggests that should any recipient of this letter want to appeal it, they would be very wise to consult an attorney of their choosing. At the same time, finding an attorney knowledgeable enough with the intricacies of PERS and the particular laws governing this process will be difficult indeed. Mr. Hartman assures me that while he sees no likelihood of the Arken case NOT being certified as a class action, he also notes that even if it weren't, all window retirees will benefit from the legal outcome of the case.

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