Commentary

The Hill: Pensions should avoid politics and invest for the benefit of our workers

Why do public fiduciaries think they should impose their political agenda on other people’s retirement benefits? Is not the standard of care to manage public retirement funds with the highest return at the lowest reasonable risk? With more than 50 percent of all state pension funds significantly underfunded and at least five states, including my […]

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The Hartford Courant: Those Pesky Trust Funds

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal had egg on his face when his annual disclosure statements to the State Ethics Commission showed that two minor children of Mr. Blumenthal had thousands of dollars worth of tobacco stocks in their names in family trust accounts for several years. The accounts are managed by the attorney general’s father, Martin […]

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