Last Updated: Wednesday, June 6, 2018

If Central States Pension Fund becomes insolvent, the effects will be devastating not only for our 400,000 participants, but for local economies across the country. Employers that contribute to Central States have exposure to massive underfunding obligations, putting their businesses and jobs at risk. The loss of $2.8 billion per year in retirement income will also harm other local businesses and shrink tax revenue. For a searchable and sortable database of districts and states, please click here.

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