CHICAGO – Moody’s Investors Service called Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn’s proposed package of pension reforms a “credit positive” on Monday.

Quinn has sought to focus attention on the state’s mammoth unfunded pension obligations of $82.9 billion in the current legislative session and he unveiled reform proposals on April 20. Some of his reforms received bipartisan praise, while others have been criticized, and unions have attacked them as unconstitutional.

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