Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin said last week she vetoed a pension reform plan because it did not incorporate her proposal to consolidate operations of several state pension plans.

House Bill 2077 would have allowed employees in the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System to opt for a 401(k)-style defined contribution plan rather than the traditional defined benefits plan. The defined plan was mandated for new statewide elected officials and legislators.

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