WASHINGTON — As cities continue to struggle meeting public pension obligations, many are requiring employees to contribute more or turning to less costly defined benefit plans, a report by the U.S. Conference of Mayors found.

The report, the fourth in the USCM’s series on city pension systems, describes efforts undertaken in 19 cities of all sizes to alter unsustainable pension plans in which they are participants or they administer for themselves.

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