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@943CF7H from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@93TWB5FRepublican from Virginia answered…1mo

No, and government workers should have to follow the same pension rules like other citizens

@93T48BY from Virginia answered…1mo

No, government workers should follow the same pensions rules just like any other citizen

@93T3VXX from Oregon answered…1mo

too complicated to fit here... besides, u will never pay me what I am worth.

@Cathleen624Democrat from Kentucky answered…1mo

For low income pensioners, not politicians, include cost of living adjustments

@93R4S2W from California answered…1mo

@93PL2RP from Minnesota answered…2mos

It depends on cost of living and if they already have an income everyone deserve the right to have enough money to live

@93NLJYSDemocrat from Colorado answered…2mos

@93M9BZGIndependent from Massachusetts answered…2mos

@93LYQ2Sfrom Vermont  answered…2mos

@924MYCKIndependent from GU answered…2mos

Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all workers from various economic sectors as well, depending on how long they served and what position.

 @93K7TKKIndependent from Tennessee answered…2mos

No, pension plans shouldn't be allowed with government employees. Let them rely on social security like the rest of us. When I say government employees, I mean regular and career politicians. Not the military, mail persons, etc.

@93F9QDM from Virginia answered…2mos

No, and politicians should have to follow the same pension rules like any other citizen

@93BHV8R from Virginia answered…2mos

@939R7RL from California answered…3mos

Not if they were fairly paid or taken care of by the government that hired them

@92YHQCV from California answered…3mos

Yes, and adjust them yearly so that retired government workers can receive an income to cover the basic necessities including food and housing

@92YHQCV from California answered…3mos

@LiamHal78638640 from Illinois answered…3mos

@9355BHM from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

No, they should have the same rules for pensions like any other citizen

@92YBT77 from Virginia answered…3mos

No, and politicians pensions should abide by the same rules as any other citizen

@92Y9ZBC from Virginia answered…3mos

no, retired government workers should be held to the same pension rules and practice that normal people are required to follow

@92VHJSK from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@92TBM2P from Maryland answered…3mos

Incrrase for cost of living but only for employees, not career politicians.

@92P98KTLibertarian from Georgia answered…3mos

Yes to account for inflation, but transition government retirement to a private accounts akin to 401ks

@92NLVMH from South Carolina answered…4mos

@92MQJWW from Illinois answered…4mos

Eliminate and switch to IRAs; save for yourself. You don't deserve being paid, when you no longer work.

@92MKLXN from Michigan answered…4mos

I hate the idea of unionized public employees. Many people with no pensions at all are paying for theirs!

@92KW7Y2 from North Carolina answered…4mos

I believe your pension should be based on your work ethic along with how long you have worked.

@92KSQTX from Illinois answered…4mos

Adjust for Cost of living but switch to privately managed accounts

@ThisDJProgressive from Texas answered…4mos

Adjust them to costs of necessity and comfortability. Do not cater to outlandish luxury.

@925MHWF from Colorado answered…4mos

@8ZZRKKD from Florida answered…5mos

Their pension payments should be equal to the ones of those who are retired from non-government jobs.

@8ZPDJ9VGreen from North Carolina answered…5mos

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Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all retired workers from various economic sectors (whether public or private) as well, depending on how long they served and what position.

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