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==Pension Reform==
 
==Pension Reform==
  
Recently the Liberty initiative fund provided $45,000 in support of the [[City of Tucson Pension Reform Initiative (November 2013)|Pension Reform Initiative effort in Tucson, AZ.<ref name=Finance>[http://azstarnet.com/news/blogs/government/pension-reform-group-spends--plus-on-petitions/article_663f8002-ea72-11e2-8256-0019bb2963f4.html ''Arizona Daily Star'', "Pension reform group spends $90,000-plus on petitions," July 11, 2013]</ref>
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Recently the Liberty initiative fund provided $45,000 in support of the [[City of Tucson Pension Reform Initiative (November 2013)|Pension Reform Initiative]] effort in Tucson, AZ.<ref name=Finance>[http://azstarnet.com/news/blogs/government/pension-reform-group-spends--plus-on-petitions/article_663f8002-ea72-11e2-8256-0019bb2963f4.html ''Arizona Daily Star'', "Pension reform group spends $90,000-plus on petitions," July 11, 2013]</ref>
  
 
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==References==

Revision as of 14:22, 12 July 2013

The Liberty Initiative Fund" is a national advocacy group based in Virginia. This group is dedicated to supporting implementation of term limits and government pension changes, mostly through initiative and referendum processes. The president of the Liberty Initiative Fun is Paul Jacob.[1]

Paul Jacob stated that the Liberty Initiative Fund started in 2012 "to put measures on the ballot that will expand and protect individual freedom, economic freedom, and that will hold government accountable." It has been involved in measures across Colorado, Washington, Arkansas, North Dakota, Montana, Arizona and Nevada. Jacob also said, "We’re relatively a pretty small player, but we think that’s going to change, and change rapidly."[2]

Pension Reform

Recently the Liberty initiative fund provided $45,000 in support of the Pension Reform Initiative effort in Tucson, AZ.[3]

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