CHICAGO — The Ohio General Assembly Wednesday is expected to approve a long-stalled package to reform the state’s retirement system.

The bills would implement a series of reforms to the state’s five retirement systems, which cover 1.1 million people, including giving pension boards more authority, raising the retirement age and employee contributions, and changing benefits.

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