Hawaii’s public pension system has unfunded liabilities conservatively estimated at almost $13 billion, with Hawaii taxpayers now picking up the tab. The Grassroot Institute of Hawaii has been in the forefront of working to bring about reform of the system, including offering options that would help resolve its unfunded liabilities, to protect both our public employee retirees and Hawaii taxpayers.

ERS not out of woods yet

The bad news for Hawaii taxpayers is that Hawaii’s state public employee pension system has about $12 billion in unfunded liabilities, which means that if

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Cancerous Pensions

The nature of the encroachment upon American constitution is such, as to grow every day more and more encroaching. Like a cancer; it eats faster

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