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Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Whoa Bessy

Or was that Betsy? You might want to take a look at Greg Hartman's memo to PERS Coalition members concerning the accuracy of the Oregonian and Statesman Journal reporting on the Arken decision. In case you don't know how to use Google, you can find it here. Bottom line is that administrative chargeoffs were not an issue in the Arken case. Until and unless PERS tries to charge the Arken victory to active and inactive PERS members, there is no fight. If they do - a point they argued was illegal on its face - they can expect a knock on the door from Greg Hartman and the PERS Coalition. So, Betsy, take your bias and that of your newspaper and shove it.

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