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WORCESTER — The public pension system cannot be sustained, but it can be fixed. That was the consensus of panelists this morning at a forum sponsored by The Research Bureau and the Rappaport Institute at Harvard’s Kennedy School. The discussion was held at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences.
While the debate over public employee benefits has not been as rancorous in Massachusetts as elsewhere in the country, the state is grappling with the same issues, said moderator David Luberoff, executive director of the institute.
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