In the weeks and months before the midterm election, Connecticut voters heard a dark, ominous, vaguely familiar term: "unfunded pension liabilities." Why? What do those three words have to do with anything? Well, it’s complicated. Capitol Bureau Chief Chris Keating explains how Connecticut became...

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