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Hawaii Employees' Retirement System

Hawaii Public Pension System Will Get $2.4M Efficiency Overhaul Nanea Kalani/Civil Beat

Hawaii Public Pension System Will Get $2.4M Efficiency Overhaul

Trustees approve recommendations to improve service, save taxpayers money.
Hawaii Pension Fund Gains 21% Through June

Hawaii Pension Fund Gains 21% Through June

Public portfolio saw high return on investment, but volatile markets likely to erase some value.

I Was Wrong In Article About Lawmaker Pensions

Case an example of how Civil Beat handles corrections.
Hawaii Budget Chief: Tax Hikes Likely to Cover Cost of Retirees’ Health Care

Hawaii Budget Chief: Tax Hikes Likely to Cover Cost of Retirees’ Health Care

Kalbert Young warns that $14 billion unfunded liability needs to be taken seriously.

Hawaii Lawmakers’ 2011 Retirement System Bill Nothing to Brag About

Legislators pass politically-expedient stopgaps that hide the growing pension problem. What are they thinking?

Hawaii Retirement, Health Benefit Costs Down On Paper, Up in Reality

Taxpayers owe more for health premiums, retirement benefits, but budget shows decreases.
Did Hawaii Do Enough To Fix Public Pensions?

Did Hawaii Do Enough To Fix Public Pensions?

National expert says Hawaii's rules for new hires are in line with what other states are doing.

Temple’s Take: Lawmakers Should Have Taken Own Pension Medicine

Correction: The premise of this article was incorrect.

Hawaii Lawmakers Agree to Pension Reform for New Hires

Hawaii lawmakers agreed to overhaul retirement benefits for new government employees hired after June 30, 2012.
Hawaii Employees' Retirement System