HB 91: FRS/Retirement Credit/Special Risk
GENERAL BILL by Hooper ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Kiar ; Randolph ; Garcia, L. ; Nehr ; Scionti ; Porth ; Seiler ; Meadows
FRS/Retirement Credit/Special Risk; authorizes certain employees to purchase additional retirement credit for past service at 3-percent Special Risk Class accrual value; provides for contribution rate increases to fund certain benefits; directs Statutory Revision Div. to adjust certain contribution rates; provides statement of important state interest. Amends 121.0515.
Last Action: 5/4/2007 House - Died in Policy & Budget Council
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• Referred to Government Efficiency & Accountability Council; Policy & Budget Council
• Referred to State Affairs (GEA) by Government Efficiency & Accountability Council
• Introduced, referred to Government Efficiency & Accountability Council; Policy & Budget Council -HJ 00016; Referred to State Affairs (GEA) by Government Efficiency & Accountability Council -HJ 00116
• On Committee agenda-- State Affairs (GEA), 03/21/07, 10:15 am, Morris Hall
• Favorable by State Affairs (GEA); YEAS 7 NAYS 0 -HJ 00259
• Now in Government Efficiency & Accountability Council -HJ 00259
• On Council agenda-- Government Efficiency & Accountability Council, 03/28/07, 8:00 am, Morris Hall
• Favorable by Government Efficiency & Accountability Council; YEAS 13 NAYS 0 -HJ 00312
• Now in Policy & Budget Council -HJ 00312
• Died in Policy & Budget Council
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