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The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that a law that eliminated statutory standards for the state’s contributions to health insurance premiums for members of three of the state’s public employee retirement systems violated the pension protection clause of the Illinois Constitution of 1970, Ill. Const.1970, art. XIII, § 5 (the “Pension Protection Clause”).

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