L.A.'s pension

A report by the Pew Charitable Trusts found that 61 U.S. cities had a collective gap of more than $217 billion in looming pension and health obligations that they will owe to retiring workers in coming years. But Los Angeles' pension is 89% funded.

( Mark J. Terrill / Associated Press )

A report by the Pew Charitable Trusts found that 61 U.S. cities had a collective gap of more than $217 billion in looming pension and health obligations that they will owe to retiring workers in coming years. But Los Angeles' pension is 89% funded.

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