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No Bailout for Broke Pensions

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Charles Blahous argues that attaching a pension bailout to the coronavirus relief bill would reward irresponsible corporate behavior at taxpayer expense. Read more at The Wall Street Journal.

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Charles Blahous argues that attaching a pension bailout to the coronavirus relief bill would reward irresponsible corporate behavior at taxpayer expense. Read more at The Wall Street Journal.

Charles Blahous
Charles Blahous is the director of the Spending and Budget Initiative, a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, and has served as a public trustee for Social Security and Medicare. He specializes in domestic economic policy and retirement security (with an emphasis on Social Security), as well as federal fiscal policy, entitlements, demographic change, and health-care reform.

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