Public employee unions decry practice of 'double dipping'
CONCORD — A coalition composed of public employees unions issued a statement Tuesday denouncing the practice of "double dipping," whereby public employees retire from one public job and collect a public pension, while working a second public job. The New Hampshire Retirement Security Coalition announced it consulted with actuary Thomas Lowman of Bolton Partners and was informed "the practice of double dipping is setting the state up for greater costs down the road," according to the coalition.
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