Pension and Health Benefits Review Commission

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Pension and Health Benefits Review Commission

 

The Pension and Health Benefits Review Commission was created in 1991 by the New Jersey Legislature. See P.L.1991, c.382, N.J.S.A. 52:9HH-1 et seq. The Commission was given the responsibility to review any bill, joint resolution or concurrent resolution introduced in either House of the Legislature which establishes or modifies pension benefits or health benefits for public employees in this State. Such a review shall include, but not be limited to, an analysis of the bill's or resolution's fiscal impact on the retirement system and on the public employer, any comments upon or recommendations concerning the legislation, and any alternatives to the legislation which the commission may wish to suggest. The commission consists of 10 members: the State Treasurer and three other members of the Executive Branch appointed by the Governor; two public members appointed by the Governor; two public members appointed by the President of the Senate; and two public members appointed by the Speaker of the General Assembly.

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