HB 49: Retirement
GENERAL BILL by Hooper ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Brandenburg ; Heller ; Kiar ; Kreegel ; Planas ; Porth ; Rehwinkel Vasilinda ; Van Zant ; Zapata
Retirement; Authorizes certain employees to purchase retirement credit for past service at 3-percent Special Risk Class accrual value; provides requirements for calculating first 2 percent of member's average monthly compensation for purposes of purchasing past service credit; provides requirements for purchasing past service credit in excess of 2 percent but not to exceed 3 percent of member's average monthly compensation, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2010 House - Died in Committee on Governmental Affairs Policy (EDCA)
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• Referred to Governmental Affairs Policy (EDCA); Military & Local Affairs Policy (EDCA); Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC); Economic Development & Community Affairs Policy Council
• Introduced, referred to Governmental Affairs Policy (EDCA); Military & Local Affairs Policy (EDCA); Government Operations Appropriations (CGHC); Economic Development & Community Affairs Policy Council -HJ 00012
• Died in Committee on Governmental Affairs Policy (EDCA)
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