Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick last week signed into law pension reform legislation that aims to close loopholes and end abuses of the state’s retirement benefits.

The initiative ends a practice of allowing elected officials to claim an entire year of service for working one day in a calendar year and ends a “termination allowance” if an elected official does not gain reelection or re-nomination.

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