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A New York state constitutional amendment to strip taxpayer-funded pensions from elected officials at the state and local levels who commit felonies has just passed the state Assembly, advancing the measure to eventually reach voters by 2017. The measure comes 
on the heels of Sheldon Silver’s arrest back in January in the face of corruption charges.
Photo courtesy assembly.state.ny.us/Sheldon-Silver

A New York state constitutional amendment to strip taxpayer-funded pensions from elected officials at the state and local levels who commit felonies has just passed the state Assembly, advancing the measure to eventually reach voters by 2017. The measure comes
on the heels of Sheldon Silver’s arrest back in January in the face of corruption charges.
Photo courtesy assembly.state.ny.us/Sheldon-Silver

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