Houston Sues Firefighters Pension Board To Open Its Books

Houston sues firefighters pension board to open its books
Houston Chronicle
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Updated 11:41 p.m., Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The city of Houston sued the firefighters pension board in state District Court on Wednesday in an effort to pry open the retirement system's books for a look at supporting data behind the $61 million annual bill it sends to City Hall.

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