California taxpayers may see the municipal pension contributions they fund for the California Public Employees' Retirement System rise as much as 50% under a plan to fill $87 billion in unfunded obligations.

Alan Milligan, the fund's chief actuary, recommends that the biggest U.S. pension stop spreading out losses and gains over 15 years and instead set rates based on how much is needed to reach 100 percent funding within 30 years.

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