SAN FRANCISCO — A group of California taxpayer advocates is aiming to turn a bad run of news for public retirement plans into a pension reform movement in the nation’s biggest state.

They’re pushing a ballot measure that would scale back defined-benefit pension plans for new public workers at both the state and local level. They say their plan would save California governments $500 billion over 30 years.

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