Two foundations closely aligned with business and Wall Street interests have stepped up attacks against public employee pension funds.
They know the legislative session is right around the corner. Lawmakers and the general public should continue to view them with suspicion.
The size is meant to stagger, until put in proper context.
In fact, considering their billions in combined assets, it is miniscule.
Nor did the report include calculations for latest investment returns, most of which will be positive for a good stock market year in 2016. Those returns will not be in Pension Review Board stats until early 2017.