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@924MYCK from GU answered…7mos

Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all workers from various economic sectors as well, depending on how long they served and what position.

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

Yes, and adjust them yearly so that retired government workers can receive an income to cover the basic necessities including food and housing

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

@LiamHal78638640 from Illinois answered…9mos

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all retired workers from various economic sectors (whether public or private) as well, depending on how long they served and what position.

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Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all retired workers from various economic sectors as well, depending on how long they served and what position.

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Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all retired workers (both working in private and public sector) as well (except politicians), depending on how long they served and what position.

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, but not just government workers, it should also apply to all retired workers as well (except politicians), depending on how long they served and what position.

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Yes, but not just government workers, it should apply to all retired workers (except politicians), depending on how long they served and what position.

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Yes, but not just government workers, it should apply to all retired workers (except politicians), depending on how long they served and what position. It also depends on the amount which they agreed/negotiated for at time of employment.

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Yes, but not just government workers, but to all retired workers and also military veterans (except for politicians), depending on how long they served and what position. It also depends on the amount which they agreed/negotiated for at time of employment or promotion.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, it should be at the amount which they agreed/negotiated for at time of employment or promotion. The entire pension plan system should be reformed to allow less money to be spent and retired people to still live comfortably.

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No, they should be paid the same as everyone else gets from pension. The entire pension plan system should be reevaluated and reformed to allow less money to be spent and retired people to still live comfortably.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, retired government workers should be held to the same pension rules and practice that normal people are required to follow; pensions should be determined by how much money you decide to put into it while you are in the workforce.

@8SG6GF5 from Louisiana answered…2yrs

The government workers already enjoy better than average retirement. The American peoples should be raised to match government standards.

@6WHP7WC from Michigan answered…2yrs

No, should transition to Privately Managed Accounts (PMAs) for higher returns enabling increased payments.

@8LG9WPJ from Maryland answered…2yrs

Yes, yearly for the cost of living, but not for politicians. Politicians should not be allowed to vote for their own pay raises.

@85QWNPG from Colorado answered…2yrs

No, all retirement payments should be based on your own investment into the economy and as well be in tandem with a proper UBI, therefor making a raise on Government workers an unfair advantage over their constituents which may have worked just as hard, for just as long, government does not mean military.

@8HDMV9J from Utah answered…2yrs

No, payments into the pension fund should be paid by the employee just like a retirement fund

@7GSRYTZ from Maryland answered…2yrs

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