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REPORT: PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PENSION FUND HITS RECORD NUMBER IN VALUE

Due largely to the recovering economy, the State’s public employee pension fund has hit its highest value in three years.  NJ.com reports that the fund is now worth $76.3 billion in assets.  New Jersey has struggled to put money into the fund during past budgetary years.

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