New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo predicted Thursday that “hundreds and hundreds” of attorneys will ultimately be implicated in his office’s investigation of government entities improperly enrolling non-employees in public pension funds.

While his investigators have only exposed the “tip of the iceberg” so far, Cuomo said the problem is not limited to a few school districts on Long Island which were initially exposed for having put attorneys doing work for the districts on the public pension rolls.

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