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(Chicago Sun Times) — Gov. Quinn signed pension-reform legislation Wednesday that will require new state workers to stay on the job until age 67 and deprive incoming employees of the same blue-chip retirement package the current work force will get.  The changes will save the state $220 billion during the next 35 years, the governor estimated, and free up $400 million that can be used in the upcoming budget year to help bridge a $12 billion budget gap.

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