The Costs of New Jersey's Alternative Pension Investments Are Unjustified

January 28, 2016

New Jersey State AFL-CIO President Charles Wowkanech responded to the State Investment Council’s 2015 Annual Report, condemning the exorbitant fees paid to Wall Street firms.

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