SAN FRANCISCO — California Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled a pension reform plan Thursday that would affect both current and new workers in state and local government in an effort to control rising costs.

The 12-pronged plan includes equal pension contributions for all employees and employers. Outside of public safety, it raises the retirement age to 67 for new hires and creates a “hybrid” defined benefit plan for new employees.

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