Gov. Sam Brownback last week signed a bill that aims to restore the long-term viability of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System.

The legislation phases in a $28 million annual increase in the state’s contribution into the system over four years. In return, beginning in 2014, current employees also have to pay in more or face a cut in future benefits.

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