The commission set up to look into faster ways to bolster the finances of the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System convened last week for the first of 10 meetings. The 13-member commission is to recommend solutions to the 2012 Legislature.

Proposals include increasing the payments by public employees to 4% or 6% of their salaries, and raising the rate paid by state and local governments.

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