WASHINGTON — By 2016, assuming a healthy stock market, public pension plans should be slightly more than 80% funded using either the market or actuarial value of assets, the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College said in a report.

That ratio could be lower if public plans widely adopt a combined rate to discount their benefit promises, the report said.

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