Nashua Telegraph: A good plan to curb double-dipping
Take, for instance, one of the state’s top double-dippers, Robert Quinn, the head of the New Hampshire State Police. He retired as a state trooper in 2010, and one year later he took home $93,791 from the state retirement system at the same time he was collecting a $105,854.04 salary from the state. Not a bad gig.
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