NH Cities Sue State Over $27M In Pension Plan Funds

Law360, New York (March 8, 2010, 6:51 PM EST) -- A New Hampshire city, county and school system accused the state on Monday of violating its constitution by increasing the share that local governments must pay into the state retirement system over the next two years to the tune of $27 million.

The city of Concord, Belknap County and Mascenic Regional School District filed the putative class action against the state in New Hampshire Superior Court on behalf of the state's cities, towns, counties and school districts.

More than 290 municipalities and school districts support the...
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