Legislative & Advocacy Update

Overview of 2019 Legislative Session The first regular session of the 100th General Assembly came to a close on May 17th. This year, the legislature tackled some major, and often controversial, issues and the final weeks of session were unsurprisingly not without little drama.

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Retiree Spotlight: Spike Huff

As former active members, many of you worked in positions that made our communities safer, cleaner and stronger. These roles were vital to ensure we have vibrant communities. Spike Huff was no different than many of you. He began his career as a road deputy sheriff for Franklin County and eventually transitioned into being a civil deputy and a bailiff in the county court house.
However, Steve’s second (or possible first) passion in life is music. Here’s what he had to say about his passion for music:

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Save the Date! 2019 LAGERS Annual Meeting!

 

Governor Parson Signs LAGERS' Public Safety Bill Into Law

Governor Parson signed LAGERS Public Safety Bill into law on July 10 meaning that many employers will soon have the option to cover EMS personnel, emergency telecommunicators, and jailors as Public Safety personnel with an age 55 normal retirement age.

Tagged EMT, General Assembly, Plan Design, Session, Retirement, Retire, public safety, Policy, issues & policy, first responders

Back By Popular Demand: Secure Income Helps Achieve Financial Security in Retirement

 

I recently read an article from the Washington Post which stated, “If you don’t want to run out of money in retirement, follow this rule of thumb.” So, of course I clicked into the article to see what kind of advice they had to give.

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