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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

When I'm Sixty-Four

Is about when the Arken case will be heard. The latest word is that the case has been assigned to Judge Kantor of the Multnomah County Circuit. On May 16, 2006 he scheduled the hearing for Arken et al for May 9, 2008. While one could argue that the basis of the Arken case will not finally affect all the window retirees until sometime after 2007, this insures that *all* "window retirees" will have their benefits adjusted by PERS before Arken is heard. In the meantime, we can wait for the Robinson case to be decided. Lots of speculation about that one. I'd like to be optimistic, but justice delayed is justice denied.

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