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Regular Session News #12: Mid-way through session, RTW bills continue to move

May 4, 2018

Week in review HB 34 (Rep. Pearson) achieved House concurrence this week. This bill would allow state and statewide retirement systems to allocate a portion of their investments to a terror-free fund rather than a terror-free index fund as currently required by law.   TRSL is now monitoring a new House concurrent resolution, HCR 82 (Rep. Bagley), filed Monday, which would create a task force to study issues relative to the emp...

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Regular Session News #11: Actuary, membership, and PRSAC bills move forward

Apr 27, 2018

Today the House retirement committee passed three bills sponsored by Sen. Barrow Peacock which will now go to the House floor for consideration.  SB 4 (Sen. Peacock) would restrict the duties of Board-appointed actuaries to actuarial matters and would reaffirm the ability of state and statewide retirement systems to appoint independent actuaries. SB 6 (Sen. Peacock) would prohibit a TRSL member with at least five years o...

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Regular Session News #10: House passes trio of return-to-work bills

Apr 25, 2018

This week, the full House passed the following three bills affecting TRSL return-to-work retirees. They now head to the Senate retirement committee for consideration.  HB 13 (Rep. Miller) would add presenter of professional development to the list of “re-employment eligible positions” allowing retirees to return to work and continue to receive a benefit check (after the required waiting period), subject to a 25% of annual ben...

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Regular Session News #9: Military service credit bill gets nod in House retirement; what's coming up next week

Apr 20, 2018

The House retirement committee passed SB 17 by Sen. Barrow Peacock earlier this week. The bill would create consistency among state and statewide retirement systems in the application of state and federal law related to military service credit purchases. SB 17 will now be considered by the full House.   Coming up next week The Senate retirement committee is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m., Monday, April 23. The following bill affecting TR...

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