Pennsylvania's Senate Finance Committee, in a 6-5 vote on Wednesday, moved a pension-change bill that left out benefit reduction measures and tax limits proposed by Gov. Tom Corbett.

The measure would put future state employees into a 401(k)-style plan while knocking out the governor's provisions to cut benefits for most existing state and school workers and reduce taxpayers' payroll contribution to pension plans next year.

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